Lil Mama And Sukihana Exchange Words Over NLE Choppa Pretending To ‘Dog Walk’ Suki For A Music Video
Over the weekend, NLE Choppa appeared to ‘dog-walk’ Sukihana and rapper Sexxy Red for a music video. The optics–a Black man using the hair of two Black women on their hands and knees as leashes–didn’t sit well with some folks online.
On that list was also Lil Mama, who commented on The Shade Room’s now-deleted post, which had over 28,000 comments. After Sukihana responded, Lil Mama dedicated a lengthy letter about image and lasting influence to the rapper.
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Mama tagged Suki and said Suki addressed her personally even though Lil Mama allegedly didn’t do so. Then, she explained how she felt about the music video’s creative direction.
“You could of been any Blacc woman in that video I posted a comment under. The way I feel still stands,” Lil Mama wrote. “I feel like women these days will know BETTER and still play a role in setting us bacc centuries.”
The Lip Gloss rapper admitted she deleted the comment because she “didn’t want to offend” Sukihana or “anyone else partaking in that disturbing clip.”
Lil Mama added:
“I don’t know you, but I don’t want our daughters to remember us like this. Or feel this what they “need to do to survive” and if that’s the excuse anybody come up with in 2023. That’s CAP.”
Sukihana Warned Lil Mama To Leave Her Alone After Initial Comment
Before Lil Mama’s explanation, Sukihana asked fans to warn Mama.
“They said the girl “Lil Mama” that sing that Lip Gloss song was in the comments speaking on me. If I was y’all I would tell her leave me tf alone.”
After Lil Mama asked what Sukihana’s tag was in the comments, Suki clapped back. She replied, “@lilmama look in yo man phone.”
After this exchange, Lil Mama shared her letter. But instead of replying to Mama’s words, Suki took another shot at her via Twitter.
“They said Lil Mama think she better than people just because she got to perform on stage with Jay-Z and Alicia Keys.”
Sukihana’s comment refers to the 2009 VMAs when Lil Mama unexpectedly joined Jay-Z and Alicia Keys during their Empire State of Mind performance.
Last week, the hip-hop culture moment became a trending topic again–13 years later–after Lil Mama and Keys shared their first public hug since the incident.
Here's What NLE Choppa Said About The 'Dog-Walking' Backlash
After the ‘dog-walking’ video got heavy online attention, NLE Choppa spoke out. On Sunday, he shared a comment he made to his Instagram Story.
“This is for entertainment purposes only. The women was handled with respect the whole day!! An also everything that was done they insisted I was going with there flow and just having fun during the process.”
He also wrote, “we have to learn the difference between entertainment and real life as a whole. We’re entertainers; our job is to entertain y’all.”
The music video clip appears to be for a remix of Choppa’s Sl*t Me Out.