Diddy Gave Quincy The Sternest Warning Ever Over A Mysterious Question He Posted On Instagram

Diddy Gave Quincy The Sternest Warning Ever Over A Mysterious Question He Posted On Instagram

LMAO.

Published January 3rd

Television star and music artist Quincy Brown took on some slight Instagram trolling for the New Year with his official music video for “Sorry Kids” and one of its major lookers: Quincy’s faux face tattoos.

For the scene, Q rap about the faux status of the rap game as it currently stands. “A lot of y’all getting by faking y’all raps,” he spits. “Imagine me now with with all tats/Y’all would have a lot to say about that.” And that people did after Q posted photos of his fake face tats from the visual to Instagram. The comments were pretty much half-and-half, with some ladies dropping heart-eye emojis at the idea of the Star actor with a face full of ink, while others threw a thumbs-down on it. Diddy was one of them, and his joking gesture to Q’s question on the matter is pretty much every parent’s sentiments right about now.

  1. Q first had everyone know that, no, he won’t be tatting his face as shown in the video
  2. Expect Q to keep it clean-cut though, as he raps about elsewhere in the ‘Sorry Kids’ track

    “Coat from my pops, that's chinchilla,” he boasts. “Move like Mike, I been thrilla/ Bad Boy for life, I'm Ben Stiller/ Past tense boy, I been hitta.” “Sorry Kids” makes the second release in the past week following his “Devour” song, and showcases Q’s development as a rap artist sans-Diddy cosign.

    Nonetheless, sorry kids (and Paula), but no tats on that face anytime soon.

    See the new visual for “Sorry Kids” below.  

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photos from left: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

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