Despite publicly going after rap newcomer Kreayshawn last week, female emcee Gangsta Boo has officially retired any further beef or feud speculation.
Asking her Twitter followers to stop fueling beef talk, Gangsta Boo revealed she had a one-on-one with the West Coast rapper.
“@KREAYSHAWN Lets DM right qick,” she tweeted October 28th.
“PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEASE STOP ALL THIS KREAYSHWAN AND BOO SH*T GOOD GOD HOW BOUT THEM BRAVES???? ITS NO BEEF FOR CHRIST SAKES”
“Just got off the phone w/ @KREAYSHAWN & I DID snap a lil bit in interviews but she took it like a G & she Luvs BAPS & she is not a “wiggy””
“New respect 4 her because she did not take it to heart & she got at me letting me know she was not talking abt me so HEY MEDIA BYE MEDIA” (Gangsta Boo’s Twitter)
A couple days ago, Kreay unveiled her respect for the former Three Six Mafia member.
“I was just like kind of shocked because I’m a fan of Gangsta Boo and as a female, she was one of the females in the game that inspired me to rap,” she said of the comments made about her on “RapFix Live.” When I heard it I was like, ‘What? Gangsta Boo? This sucks.’ To hear that from somebody that inspired me.” (MTV)
Last week, Gangsta raised eyebrows after initially dishing out her issues with Kreay.
“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)
Recently, the rapper talked about possibly having a career outside of hip-hop.
“I’m a rapper, I’m a graphic designer director, model, deejay and a professional b*tch snatcher,” Kreayshawn said. “There’s a lot of people that want to push you down. One, for being a female and one for being white. It’s hard but I don’t see it like that. In Oakland, that’s how you grew up…The best about everything that’s going on is I have my head on my shoulders, I know what I want, I know my vision and it’s not like I signed this record deal blindly — whatever happens, happens. I know that I’m a good person and that I’m smart and funny. If the music thing doesn’t work out, I’m talented at a million other things.” (“Carson Daly”)
Check out a recent Kreayshawn interview below: