R&B singer Saweetie is beautiful, but she’s also cold hearted. Media Take Out learned that yesterday she dropped a diss track, against her ex-boyfriend Quavo, who is currently in mourning over the murder of his nephew and Migos partner, Takeoff.
Quavo is naturally devastated by Takeoff’s death. Not only was he present the night of his killing, but Takeoff was more like his brother than his nephew. The two were raised together in the same household along with Offset by Takeoff’s mother.
But Saweetie didn’t seem to be bothered by Quavo’s feelings – she not only dropped the diss track, but she’s actively promoting it on social media.
At midnight, the West Coast beauty dropped her much-anticipated EP The Single Life. The project, which was confirmed last month, delivers six tracks including the newly released “Don’t Say Nothin.”
Saweetie spoke about The Single Life in a recent interview, explaining the inspiration behind some of the tracks as well as her overall goal for the project.
“I’m caught in between two emotions. I’m nervous, but I’m excited because this is the most vulnerable I’ve ever been with my music. You know?” she told Shirley Ju. “I feel like it’s my duty to share my story with this big of a platform, so this whole year was me peeling back layers of myself. I’m interested to see how my fans are going to feel about it.”
The Quavo diss track is entitled Don’t Say Nothing, where she raps in the chorus, “Shut your mouth, ni***a, don’t say nothin’
And the lyrics are pretty scathing. She called Quavo a groupie, and said he looks like a frog.
Here’s the first verse:
Why ni**as always speakin’ on who I’m fuckin’ on?
He must’ve got excited when I FaceTimed with nothin’ on
Them same lips that’s yappin’ be the ones I nutted on
A hunnid K, please, know how much paper I be touchin’ on?
That’s light, better check my net worth
Post a pic in his sweatshirt, I bet it have my ex hurt
That’s what I get for kissin’ on these frogs
He got mad and told my business to the blogs
Nigga, pause, I’m appalled, need to chill out
Yeah, I pull up, then I bust, then I peel out
Said he was a boss but he talkin’ like a groupie
In the second verse she continued to go in – saying that she only got with Quavo because he bought her a car. She also claims that Quavo’s d**k was trash:
Something told me not to trust this ni**a
Now my business in the streets, I should punch this ni**a
That shit wasn’t bussin’
I knew I shouldn’t’ve f**ked him (Don’t you say a thing)