West Coast rapper Kreayshawn’s protégé V-Nasty fired off some angry tweets at Atlanta hip-hop artist Soulja Boy Tell Em Monday (November 26), calling him a fake industry rapper.
Rather than use a subliminal line, Nasty went directly at SB’s head and offered $500,000 to see him knuckle up.
“We got clones in 2012 !!! There can only be one VNASTY ! F*ck knowin how to rap I’m really from these streets where is your respect at ?,” Nasty tweeted Monday.
“I’m callin these fake a** industry rappers out, @souljaboy hw yo b*tch harder then yu she prolly wrote that nu religion I f*ck with @diamond”
“I gotta half a mill on @ChrisBREEZY AND @souljaboy fight !!!!”
“I got real street n*ggas behind me why would I need a fake a** rapper” (V-Nasty’s Twitter)
Last year, Nasty name-dropped rap veteran David Banner on her “Food Plug” track.
“Got more bricks then houses in Atlanta. Damn, how a white b*tch more hood than David Banner?” That was the little shot that V-Nasty sent out towards David Banner on “Food Plug,” which is off of BAYTL, her collaboration album with Gucci Mane. (Global Grind)
Banner later responded to V-Nasty’s line and said he would not engage in a battle.
“It don’t bother me at all because let me tell you something. One problem with hip-hop is people try to act a certain way and they put it on their sleeve. I don’t have to talk about the stuff I do,” Banner said. “The stuff that I did that was hood, I can’t talk about it on the record. It’s funny when people tell these kids to be hood and they don’t stay in the hood. They give the kids this mentality of staying in the hood and that shows you what other cultures think about us as black people and what’s important to us and how they try to play us as black men against each other. The sad thing about it is at the end of the day, I’m the big mean black guy. Regardless of how articulate I am, if I move any kind of way I will always be crucified. Regardless of if it’s these Disney deals I’m doing, whether its these Paramount deals I’m doing, I’ll always be looked at in that manner so what I realize that as black people, we have to stop letting people play our culture like that.” (“Sway In The Morning”)
She caught heat last year over her publicized usage of the n-word.
“I’m even thinking about giving up [saying the n-word],” Nasty said in a video. “I’m not faking [when I say it]…It’s diversity. OK? It’s crazy because I’ll be with my partners doing my everyday thing, but now, everybody’s making it known, like, ‘Oh, she said the n-word and she’s white.’ You feel me? Now, I’m seeing that it’s different other places, so when I be in the hood doing my regular thing with my best friend, I shouldn’t even be thinking about that sh*t. They the ones making me think about this sh*t, bruh. I ain’t never thought about no colors or nothing, bruh. Y’all motherf*ckers are racist, man.” (Persona Magazine)