Amid the release of her debut studio album, Queen of Da Souf, last Friday (Aug. 21), Mulatto hasn’t let up on chasing after the bag. This week, the rapper caught some heat online after people learned that she’s one of the celebrities that are still holding shows and making appearances at clubs despite the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday (Aug. 24), a woman raised concern over the issue on Twitter. Mulatto caught wind of the comment and was quick to clap back in defense of her decision.
“Yeah, hoe. Ask what it took to get me out the house, too! I’m 21 & I take care of my whole family,” she fired back. “We sending money to 5 different states. F*ck yeah I'm still collecting mines.”
Her sentiments were met with more criticism, but Mulatto stood by her words.
“Y’all must gone pay me & mines bills??? Lol f**k off for real," the rapper hit back in a follow-up tweet. “I promise I’m not the ‘celebrity’ to get bullied out my statements. I said what I said. Sorry but I gotta eat & feed others too...Me & mine gone eat, pandemic or not. F**k u & anybody else who don’t pay our bills #respectfully.”
See the rest of the exchange below:
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