Kreayshawn Fires Mystery Shots, "Lonely Hungry B*tch Don't Deserve A Mention, Play W/ Ya Kids H*e!"

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News: Kreayshawn Fires Mystery Shots, "Lonely Hungry B*tch Don't Deserve A Mention, Play W/ Ya Kids H*e!"

Wednesday, Oct 26, 2011 11:22PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

West Coast rapper Kreayshawn appears to have a chip on her shoulders this week as she has sent out a few indirect Twitter jabs at a mystery female target.

Hopping on Twitter, Kreay intentionally unleashed a few angry tweets out leaving fans wondering who they were aimed at.

"Hahahah lonely hungry bitch don't deserve a mention. my local news caster got more followers then on you. Go play with ya kids hoe!," she tweeted October 26th.
"Hope them shirts you selling atleast paying your rent! Happy I can contribute ;)"
""@CocaineCindy: @KREAYSHAWN Kreay! You got helly haters!!" but I got way more helly fans ;)" (Kreayshawn's Twitter)

A day prior, former Three 6 Mafia member Gangsta Boo went after Kreay's image.

"I don't listen to Kreayshawn," she said. "I'm really not feeling her. -- I think she's a wigger. I think she looks like she came out the movie B.A.P.S.; like the whole ghetto girl thing, I don't know if that's how white girls do it in Oakland. I got to meet her personally to feel her out, to understand like, 'OK, like, this is really this girl, like she ain't a wigger, she just her. She likes ghetto looks, she ain't trying to be a black girl. That's just her.' So until I meet her I have a lil' bitter taste in my mouth to her...To me it's an act and it's a gimmick but its not a funny one." (XXL Mag)

No stranger to criticism, Kreay received backlash from fellow West Coast rapper Game for her alleged past usage of the N-Word.

"And I don't wear no Gucci Gucci Fendi Fendi Prada/I'm charged in Louis Vuitton, you n*ggas/Ain't saying nada/Lil white b*tch, better say in your place/You call me a n*gga, I'mma put the K in your face" ("Uncle Otis")

A few months ago, the Bay Area rapper said she represented female diversity.

I think it's important for different female voices to be heard. I'm representing for something that hasn't been said yet or [hasn't been said] in a long time [which is] to be yourself, be creative. I don't want people to be like 'I'm going to dress like Kreayshawn,' or 'I'm going to do my hair like Kreayshawn.' I want people to be different and follow their own lane." (Billboard)

Check out a recent Kreayshawn below:


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