Earlier this year, Nass appeared to overshadow Doja on his song ‘Ultra Black, Rapping’, ‘We’re Going’ Ultra Black, Unknown Black / Double Cat, the exact opposite of Michael Blacken Black.
In Once again addressing his shade Dodge cat On his song “Ultra Black” from his album “Kings Disease”. The rapper, who previously claimed to have no harsh feelings for the “say so” hitmaker, gave a new interview. “Social media has been blamed for the tension between her and the singer,” he said.
“Well, I’m gone, so, of course, I’m referring to someone who’s famous and people are going to talk about it,” Nass told NME on Tuesday, November 3. He mentioned the song, which he released in August. “I hear people do it all the time but nobody makes a big deal out of it. Maybe it’s because I don’t have too many records! That’s why they’re like, ‘Wow!’ ”
He kept explaining, “I don’t really know the world that these stars are alive now. I’m raping the same way I was when I was on the block, but now there’s a new world and what I say can take away. With social media and I can’t do anything about it. ”
“We’re singing ‘Ultra Black, Unnecessary Black / Double Cat, unlike Michael Blackson Black,'” Nass exclaimed after the song. It makes fans think, “Hey me!” The rapper’s video came after a previous controversy in which he was seen joining a group of white supremacists.
Doja, meanwhile, had previously said she could not care less about the controversy, indicating that she respects him as the artist she grew up with. “I don’t know, I’m glad he’s still playing music, because I love him,” he explained. Fat who A virtual interview. When asked how he felt about being addressed by one of his favorite rappers. “I grew up on Nass, so to hear that, I’m like ‘Damn’, but also, ‘Damn!’ I love Nass, f *** g thank God he saw me.”
“I joked about it, but other than that, you’ll never see me with beef,” he added. “Maybe he’ll make beef with me, but you won’t see me with beef. You don’t answer me.”
Nass also did his last interview. Had the same feeling. “I was really reciting a poem that was tied to ‘Ultra Black,'” Nass explained his words during his presentation on “Power 106” back in Los Angeles in August. “I never thought of that. . This is all love. It was just like, ‘Michael Blackson Black’ … this is the bar, this is the lines. We play with words. ”