After being hauled into the abyss over her drastic career switch, famed early 2000s soulstress Lil Mo is back in some mess. The former Love & Hip-Hop star penned a very lengthy caption, in a since-deleted post, about budding R&B singer Queen Naija. The "4 Ever" singer began her statements with endearing compliments about Queen, but proclaimed that her cypher at this year's Soul Train Awards was underwhelming. "Maybe the pregnancy is prohibiting singing from the bottom of her PIT. Maybe she should've war cried or just sat this one out until her seasoning is to its fullest savor," she wrote.
Mo continued to offer her unwarranted opinion about Queen's vocals. "I believe she can reach her fullest vocal potential outside of its mediocrity... I don't care how old, washed up singer I am. B**ch I'll sing b**ches into their grave and out of it..." She even clapped back at a few of the "Karma" singer's fans stating that her tour wasn't sold out and she's "gonna cancel halfway," due to her pregnancy.
The 23-year-old stated, "Word of advice from a young singer to VETS who’ve been in this game, ENCOURAGEMENT goes a long way... I just started out in this game & I’m open to ANYTHING that could improve me [but] you should never have to put down someone to get your point across."
Mo attempted to clean up her mess by plugging another singer and saying she never said she didn't "like" Queen, but she hopes "all these women flourish" and posted a snippet of Kelly Price's cypher as a blueprint for upcomers to follow. Mo, then, fired back with "today's word of the day: tap in," yet another jab at the YouTube star.
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