Latto Refuses To Name Drop Male Rapper Who Caused Clearance Issues For Her Album

Latto Refuses To Name Drop Male Rapper Who Caused Clearance Issues For Her Album

Latto doesn’t want talks of working with a difficult male artist to overshadow her album release. It’s the reason she declined to name drop the rapper during an interview with The Breakfast Club. While speaking on her pending project, Latto revealed she sort of wishes she didn’t speak on the clearance situation in the first place.

Latto’s Intentions 

“My intentions was not to, like, make this a whole thing,” Latto said. “I just was looking at it as, like, I’m a new female rapper in the game. I wish somebody could have gave me some insight about how this stuff really goes. You hear, like, ‘Oh, female rappers have it harder.’ But I really wanted to give a little insight as to what specifically makes it harder for a female rapper. I didn’t want it to distract from the music or anything so I kind of wish, in a way, I didn’t say that.”

Latto also said she hasn’t had any communication with the person after going public with her experience. You’ll recall that Latto let her Twitter followers know she was having issues with male rappers trying to “hold nuts” on her. She later added context to the vague tweet during a Big Boy’s Neighborhood interview

“I’m clearing my album right now, and it’s been like difficult to deal with these men. They don’t know how to keep a business,” Latto said. She added that the person is “trynna drop they nuts on [her] because [she] won’t respond to a DM.”

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An Apology Is Welcomed

During The Breakfast Club’s interview, published on Wednesday, host Angela Yee suggested the unnamed person should “just shut up” or give Latto an apology. The artist agreed to both.

“I’m not here to raise nobody,” Latto said. “I’m just speaking on, like, it’s what I go through. And I think I’m allowed to do that to a certain extent. Social media is trying to turn it into this thing that’s like, oh, I’m ‘trying to clout chase’ or silence my experiences. I think it’s hard to know when you should and shouldn’t speak up.”

Later in the interview, Charlamagne asked Big Latto if Kodak Black is the unnamed rapper who gave her a hard time. Given that the interview was pre-recorded on Tuesday, Latto revealed she’d just seen Kodak’s tweet denying rumors that the difficult rapper is him. Still, she declined to confirm or deny any names.

“I don’t wanna say who it was,” Latto said. “I just feel like…it’s gonna distract from the music and my intentions is not to get anyone dragged or anything. I just wanted to speak from, like, what do I deal with? I don’t specifically want someone to, you know, get dragged.”


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Kodak Black Rejects Rumors 
As stated, Kodak has also denied the bubbling accusations by online users.

“That Mulatto girl is NOT talking bout me homie,” he wrote. “I see y’all steady reaching lol… Shawty ain’t even say a n*gga name on dat sh*t ion know why tf y’all trynna make a n*gga wear dat jacket I’m too fly fa dat sh*t homie.”

Latto has released her album tracklist ahead of the album drop on Friday. So far, the only male artists listed on her project are 21 Savage, Lil Wayne, Childish Gambino, Lil Durk, Nardo Wick and Kodak.

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