KittiB expressed on social media, "Like my character on 'Rapper Car', I tried to move past it and smile. When I first saw the lyrics for 'Indigo Child'? I'm a woman too. I was hurt. After that, fans told me about an unreleased track. I was breathing deeply while reading, but it was still too much. I act like it's all good when I'm around people, but I was so angry that I wasn't myself for a few days."
She added, "Black Nut, that ** doesn't know where to draw the line, and he talked about me in his new track 'too real' this time. I won't be backing off, and I'll take strong action. I hope you think about it. To add, it feels dirty to even write his name in my lyrics, so I can't reply with a diss track of my own. Is that real hip hop? It seems real hip hop is dead."
Lyrics in a recent track by Black Nut say, "I'll be honest. I jacked off to KittiB's picture, but that was before 'Unpretty Rapstar'. You all probably wouldn't say this. Always hiding it," and "I wouldn't screw KittiB if she was given to me for free."
On May 6, Black Nut also posted the below photo on Instagram, leading many to think he was apologizing. In the photo, you can see the sentence, "I respect for my unnie," written multiple times.
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