Bia denounces fake rap jams: “Rap should be competitive”

Bia is fed up with social media pitting artists against each other just to create rap jams for entertainment.

On Saturday, Nov. 12, the former “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” star set the record straight on rumors that she used her lyrics and social media platforms to take subliminal jabs at other female entertainers.

“I think a lot of artists wouldn’t be in trouble if it weren’t for the trolls inciting imaginary beefs,” the “Besito” rapper wrote. In a follow-up tweet, she added, “Rap should be competitive, it should be a sport, talk your shit…but people try to make shit apply to the people it’s not about. not even and it sucks.”

When a user tried to suggest that Bia had dissed Nicki Minaj in the past, she was quick to end the conversation. “Those were fake tweets from a Stan who didn’t like me…this narrative is tired, let’s find something else to talk about,” she wrote in response to the resurfaced tweets.

Last summer, the reality TV personality realized her dream of collaborating with Minaj when the “Anaconda” musician hopped on the remix of Bia’s popular track “Whole Lotta Money”, dominating social media and the airwaves.

Speaking about her experience working with Minaj, Bia shared, “I really had the opportunity to bond and write with Nicki. Man, my heart is so full right now. Bucket list. So iconic. So timeless… This shit is crazy. God is so good.”

Ahead of the 2022 BET Awards in July, Bia scored another major collaboration when J. Cole hopped on her single “London.” The Dreamville rapper later revealed he wasn’t sure if he could tie the already fiery track with unmistakable bars.

“I was excited but really nervous, because I couldn’t even see how the song could be better after what she did to him,” he said in a post promoting their record. “I didn’t want to screw anything up!”

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