Atlanta rapper Diamond is keeping hush in the current war of words between love interest Soulja Boy Tell Em and Lil Scrappy but has acknowledged the public dispute.
Rather than speak out on the Twitter feud, Diamond retweeted a few comments.
“@reallilscrappy: An if u f*ck the b*tch she wasn’t mines to begin wit sucka duck a** n*cca, u a lil boy I’mma have to take my belt off,” Diamond retweeted from Scrappy’s page December 30th.
“@reallilscrappy you a b*tch i.used 2 live wit yu n yu would cry if@DiamondAtl leave f*ck out of here smh i was gone stayoutit@souljaboy,” she retweeted from Twitter user @TheOnlyChuckie.
“IMMA CHILL LOL” (Diamond’s Twitter)
Scrappy and Soulja Boy went at each other’s necks over the weekend.
“”@souljaboy: let’s go to war. I fucked your girlfriend and you a bitch.@reallilscrappy”lol souljia bitch u got money but no heart I’m ready,” Scrappy retweeted from Soulja Boy.
“This I knw u gay p*ssy n*cca I knw u take pipe foo it’s all round the A that u onna low an on top of that n*cca Imma c u soon”
“B4 y’all say its bout a b*tch it ain’t its about how this sucka poppin I dnt play wit other folks kids Imma G an that’s that sh*t I dnt like”
“”@kathybeeh00d: @reallilscrappy @souljaboy aren’t yall a little OLD to have “twitter beef” ? just fight in person. -___-“I’m wit it” (Lil Scrappy’s Twitter)
Although his tweets were nowhere to be found, Soulja Boy commented on his stance toward love.
“You can’t control who you love, but you should never let who you love control you.,” SB tweeted December 30th. (Soulja Boy Tell Em’s Twitter)
Last summer, Scrappy spoke on getting crushed over breaking up with Diamond.
“When that Diamond situation happened, it just taught me a real valuable lesson, ’cause I know, as I can see, I’m not a good judge of character,” he said when he appeared on Wednesday’s (June 20) “RapFix Live.” Scrappy — who put out his first album, Bred 2 Win Born 2 Live, in 2004 with Lil Jon’s BME and 50 Cent’s G-Unit labels — was helping his then-girlfriend get her career on track. After the couple broke up, he realized he needed to re-examine his life. “I ain’t never had my little heart broken before, but now that it happened, I don’t think it would happen for a long time,” he said. “But the good side about that is, you don’t put nobody before God, don’t ever put nobody before God, and I think I did a little bit of that trying to help her.” (MTV)