New York rappers Fabolous and Juelz Santana have launched a Twitter attack toward Laurence Fishburne‘s daughter, Montana, and her recent adult film co-star Brian Pumper.
In a series of tweets, F-a-b-o goes in on Pumper’s image and Montana’s appearance.
“#InOtherNews I jus got word Brian Pumper sayin I’m scared of him too.. “You know u done f*cked right” *Cop from Menace 2 Society voice*,” Fab tweeted yesterday (August 25).
“Those brown dots on Montana Fishburne a** wasn’t pimples.. It’s RUST drippin from #BrianPumperJewels while he hit it from the back!.”
“My jewels come in jewelry boxes & watch cases..#BrianPumperJewels come in Happy Meals & Cereal Boxes!!”
“@officialBPumper should change his name to F.A.B. too.. Stands for Fake Ass #BrianPumperJewels.” (Fabolous’ Twitter)
Santana also took a swipe at Pumper and Montana via Twitter.
On his Twitter page, Juelz clowns the porn star, telling him to “go kill himself” after telling Jay-Z he wasn’t packing “meat” on his “She Ain’t Satisfied” diss track. “A! LMAO NO HOMO how u tell another n*gga “he aint packing no meet”super HOMO This B.pumper n*gga is outta control #killyaself f*cking weirdo….A! B*tch Go get ya a** checked out “LITERALLY”, u look like Laurence fishburne’s daughter that’s never gonna make it smh so…A! A! boooooooo!! It Looks like a n*gga tried to play connect 4 on ya a** but the only had the black pieces! Lol #killyaself!” (Hip Hop Wired)
Pumper responded to Fabolous by poking fun at a recent photo of the rapper.
“#Fabsjacket does he turn it off every night?? Or does it stay onhttp://twitpic.com/2ialr0,” he tweeted Thursday morning. (Brian Pumper’s Twitter)
Recently, Montana inked an open letter describing her passion to begin an adult film career.
“I was the one who reached out to Vivid. [Male performer] Brian Pumper had nothing to do with getting me started. I did my first video with him, but that’s it. I chose Vivid because they are the best in the business and I wanted to go to the top seller. And they have released other movies with celebrity girls like Kendra, Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. So, I wanted to go somewhere I knew I would be safe. People have it wrong. Doing porn is not about me becoming famous…it’s about becoming successful. Porn just happens to be the industry I was most interested in, so for critics to say I’m going about it the wrong way they are missing the point. I am making a buzz in the porn industry and in the mainstream, too. It’s leading me to more opportunities, so people can’t say that I’m not going to get anywhere.” (VIBE)
Check out Brian Pumper speaking on Montana Fishburne below: