They at all times say closed mouths don’t get fed, so take it whenever you see a possibility! In terms of taking pictures your shot on the Web, it’s by no means a foul factor. Earlier this month, Lil’ Child tweeted about his common track “On Me.” He wrote, “On Me” Remix with a feminine artist,” with the pondering face emoji. With out hesitation, Atlanta rapper Omeretta responded to Child by tweeting, “ If it ain’t me, maintain it.”
Omeretta had been laying low on social media and never making a lot noise in regards to the remix till in the present day. The “Who Tougher” rapper put out her freestyle to “On Me” and had everybody singing her praises, and for the individuals who had by no means heard of her, they have been begging for her identify to be tagged within the publish. Reginae Carter stepped into The Shade Room to touch upon Omeretta’s freestyle. She commented, “She been doing this although,” including a number of hearth emojis to her remark.
Supa Cent additionally stepped into The Shade Room and commented on the freestyle, saying, “She positively slept on!! I don’t see why they overlooking her,” additionally leaving a couple of hearth emojis to the remark. Omeretta appeared to have opened up the dialog in regards to the track as a result of the subsequent individual to drop a freestyle was the self-proclaimed “Queen Of Atlanta” Akbar V. She uploaded her video on Instagram and tagged us. The caption said, “Nawl @theshaderoom I would like within the problem too.”
Akbar def held her personal and got here via with the warmth, so in true trend, we needed to ask the Roomies which rapper’s freestyle was higher?! One commented, “I felt like Akbar went tougher. I’ve heard higher from Omeretta.” Akbar even stepped in and commented, “One factor for certain, Me and mines ate @omeretta.”
Hopefully, after this, Omeretta is one step nearer to grabbing the eye of Lil’ Child.
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