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Ice Spice and Latto’s Feud: Why The Former Dissed The Latter With “Think You Da Sh*t (Fart)”

Why The Former Dissed The Latter

It has been reported that Ice Spice’s most recent track, titled “Think U Da Shit (Fart),” is directed against Latto.

During the backdrop of one of Latto’s TikTok videos, she referred to the music video that she had created with Rema, titled “Pretty Girl.”

“I’m in the back of your weak ass snippet,” Ice Spice said to his followers in a Space on X, which was then known as Twitter.

I was thinking to myself, ‘Wait a second, that’s me?’ For this reason, I say, “All right, since we’re talking about me, let’s talk about me,” and then I let go of that [“Fart”] phrase. It was little more than a brief excerpt.”

At first, the rapper believed it was a hoax, but he finally saw it as a form of disrespect directed toward her.

My initial reaction was, “This has to be a hoax.” AI is what this is. However, you should be… brave. Consequently, I thought to myself, “Oh, we’re being brave today.”

In addition, a fan inquired about Ice Spice’s feelings on the fact that she has more monthly listeners on Spotify than Latto. Both Latto and the rapper presently have 24.8 million followers, while the rapper has 25.5 million.

“I can’t believe how ignorant you guys are. According to her, “Get up off the floor.”

It was observed that Latto was filming a music video for in the Bronx, which is the location where Ice Spice hails from, after the video that has now gone viral.

In a video that has been making the rounds on social media, the rapper known for his song “Put It On Da Floor” can be seen leaning on a car.

The lyrics “20 Black Suburbans, we pull up like Sunday service/ I just want a one-on-one, don’t know why she is so nervous” were rapped by Latto.

In the previous year, people accused Latto of being a copycat after she posted an Instagram image of herself adopting a similar pose to Ice Spice. This may have been the cause of Latto’s animosity with the Bronx rapper.

When you guys accuse me of mimicking other people, I’m going to set the record straight. On Twitter, Latto answered with the phrase “nun mo nun less.” It irritates me that you all take my tweets and turn them into something that fits your weak-ass narratives.

Ice Spice has not received a response from Latto, with the exception of the new song teasers.


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Written by Jamil Johnson