Act up, you can get snatched up! Love & Hip Hop stars are known to feud with each other, but once in a while they beef with their fellow rappers — and things get messy real quick. Recently, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Joseline Hernandez, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Hazel E and City Girls rapper Yung Miami have been going back and forth at each other in a major social media feud after Hazel E dropped a diss track about the “In My Feelings” rappers.
It all started earlier this month when Hazel E, 39, accused City Girls rappers Yung Miami, 25, and JT of ripping off her 2017 song “Actin’ Up,” which she claimed sounded similar to the rap duo’s hit song, “Act Up.” Hazel claimed the hip hop duo copied off of her beat and overall vibe of her song. “First off, that’s not even the same beat. It sounds like they tweaked the beat,” Yung Miami responded in a comment on Baller Allert‘s Instagram page. “Second off, nobody knew you made music, delusional ass bitch. I only know you from getting dragged by Masika [Kalysha]. Like I said, these Love & Hip Hop bitches will do anything for a coin and Hazel, I’m in my bag right now hoe. This ‘lil girl’ got way more money than you sad ass hoe. ACT UP YOU CAN GET SNATCHED UP HOE!!!”
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4pm #AddItUp Tired of going back & forth with these Lil Girls. They said Haze put it into your music‼️ Link is in bio! So what she get like 48 or 72 hrs to respond? Tell Lil Boat to get to snapping! He helped me birth these Little Girls. #NationofHazel #GirlCodeInc Real Rappers will RESPECT #OG TINGZ
Then, on May 21, Hazel dropped a diss track titled “Add It Up,” and she announced the release on Instagram. Hazel’s friend Joseline, 32, took to the comments to show her support. “Go off, bitch! And that s–t hard,” Joseline wrote.
Yung Miami was not here for Joseline cosigning on Hazel’s diss track, so she took to social media to let them know she wanted all the smoke. “Y’all hoes want attention, now y’all got it! On my son, I will beat either of you hoes to death. Just cause bitches throw drinks and pull hair [across] tables on TV don’t do s—t to me,” she wrote in a screenshot obtained by The Shade Room.
Joseline was quick to respond in a selfie video on her Instagram. “I’ve been on TV since you had boogers in your nose. Respect the motherf–king throne hoe. Respect the throne before you get your head busted, you p—y ass hoe,” she said. Yung Miami responded in her own video, “Hoe, meet up right now. Joseline, Hazel, whoever f–ks with Miami, pull up. I’m finna show y’all hoes something.”
Not one to back down, Joseline responded with another video message. “What up y’all. Puerto Rican princess in this bitch. Shout out to my bitch Hazel E. I didn’t know it was a crime to support your homegirls online,” she said. “And for you trolling ass, nappyheaded ass, trolling ass bitches? You know where the f–k to find me.”
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