Fats Joe Calls Feminine Hip Hop's Lil Mo & Vita 'Dusty Crack B*tches' Throughout Verzus!! (Hear)



Rapper Fats Joe, a rapper who up till now was recognized for unity, and for supporting others – is going through a backlash. Fats Joe reportedly referred to as R&B legendary singers Lil Mo and Vita “dusty b*tches” and advised that earlier than the Versuz, the 2 women had been “within the crack home” MTO Information confirmed,

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Fats Joe Disses R&B legends Lil Mo & Vita – Calls Them ‘Crack B*tches’ (; 0:50)

Earlier than the battle, Fats Joe made it clear he was holding nothing again, however nobody thought that he’d be prepared to take it that far. Repeatedly, he informed Ja Rule he was going to “get this work.” Whereas he promised it wouldn’t get to The L.O.X./Dipset stage, Joe did say it’d get loopy.

The drama unfolded after Ja Rule talked about his options, and claimed that Fats Joe introduced Remy Ma on stage to “save him.” That is when, MTO Information confirmed, Fats Joe went wild.. He referred to Lil’ Mo and Vita as “dusty b*tches” and informed Ja he needed to get them from the crack home. 

Folks all throughout social media are upset with Joe saying that and are calling for Remy Ma to examine him over this.

Lil Mo is without doubt one of the most prolific R&B feminine writers in music historical past – with dozens off Billboard hit sings. She’s additionally a singer, rapper, tv and radio character. She is greatest recognized for her 2001 single “Superwoman Pt. II”, that includes then-unknown rapper Fabolous, which has been credited as launching his profession.

She first gained recognition as Missy Elliott’s protégé, having been featured on her record-breaking hit single “Scorching Boyz”, in addition to by her collaborations with Ja Rule, with whom she penned the Grammy-nominated “Put It on Me” and “I Cry”.

This is Lil Mo:

Vita is a rapper and actress. She is most generally known as an actress for taking part in DMX’s “aspect chick” Kionna within the 1998 movie Stomach. As a rapper she is thought for her appearances on the songs Lapdance by N.E.R.D, Put It on Me by Ja Rule, and Down four U by Irv Gotti.

This is Vita: