(GEMS RADIO)- Coi Leray and Latto have reconciled their disagreements after the rapper from New Jersey objected to a lyric in Latto’s latest single.
Coi Reaction to Latto’s Diss Track
Following the release of Latto’s new song “Put It On Da Floor”, Coi Leray seemed offended criticizing Latto on Twitter. In the song, Latto raps, “Smoking on that gas, blunt big as Coi Leray.”
You are, bringing up my body. Do not think it is right to talk about anyone’s body. I mean, honestly, LOL. Among all things, you blunt my size? This S### is never-ending, tweeted Leray in one of her replies.
Latto Acknowledges Coi At Her Coachella Performance
Nevertheless, Latto Acknowledged Coli Leray during her Coachella show on Sunday after Coi said that her Twitter outburst might have been an exaggeration. She concluded her “Put It On Da Floor” performance by saying, “Ay Coi, the way I love your body.”
When Coi Leray heard about it, she uploaded a video on Twitter and added many emojis to show that everything was already resolved. Coi clarified in a subsequent tweet that although not the intended target, she was startled to hear her name included in a diss track.
Latto posted pictures from her Coachella performance, one from an up-close of her rocking a cherry-themed outfit.
Yung Miami Didn’t Make Her Surprise Appearance
Latto said that one surprise performer was unable to attend the Coachella. She shared the stage with many rap beauties over both weekends, including Saweetie, TiaCorine, and Lola Brooke.
She said, “I was going to bring Yung Miami out because she was a little late. Yung Miami said,” I’m frustrated and angry I could cream. I dead ass have to reset because I hate missing moments that you ant get back.”
Latto replied that the next show would be much better. Next time will be bigger and better, so have a fckn ball.