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Rapper KittiB plans legal action against Black Nut's for inappropriate lyrics

By elliefilet   Saturday, May 6, 2017   98,347   2,129   0



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KittiB revealed she's planning to take legal action against fellow rapper Black Nut for his inappropriate lyrics about her.

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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.

What do you think of the situation?

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  2. black nut

mylon Thursday, May 11, 2017

isnt she a rapper??? what is she getting salty for?? this is normal in hip hop. If she was a real rapper, wouldn't she just diss him back?

imjustme Wednesday, May 10, 2017

South Korea is really not about that life.  They need to stop being hip hop posers.  Stop jacking the African American culture!

sk24everbest Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Trying to be like Slim Shady but picked the wrong country.

imbuttercup Sunday, May 7, 2017

"You need to re-write it again, the grammar is wrong" *)English teacher mode on

ThatsWhatsup Sunday, May 7, 2017

Imagine if every rapper sued someone for saying something "bad" about them in a rap song.

pink_oracle ThatsWhatsup Sunday, May 7, 2017

How many US rappers have the stones to rap anti religious messages?

ThatsWhatsup pink_oracle Monday, May 8, 2017

You mean like Kweli, Immortal tech, and Aes Rock?... How does this relate to what I said though?

pink_oracle ThatsWhatsup Monday, May 8, 2017

That in each country there are social taboos that a rapper, who was specifically interested in being successful, would avoid crossing. In America it isn't good for business to blast on Christianity, in Korea it isn't very wise to be sexually crass. I never heard of the ones you listed, so I guess commercialism isn't as important to them as it clearly is to the more mainstream rappers.

ThatsWhatsup pink_oracle Tuesday, May 9, 2017

ok. Exactly. I had no idea Black Nut and KittiB were mainstream rappers.

pink_oracle ThatsWhatsup Tuesday, May 9, 2017

They don't go on competition shows to preserve their indie status after all.

inspirite97 ThatsWhatsup Tuesday, May 9, 2017

I really don't know why they call this hip hop when it's really not too many people get too damn easily offended so it's just watered down pc bullshit catered to snowflakes. Also this does not mean I agree with Black nuts remarks but this is really just trash talk no real meaning

ThatsWhatsup pink_oracle Wednesday, May 10, 2017

I can tell you aren't a real Hip-Hop fan (which is ok) by the fact that you never even heard of the people I mentioned, but I digress... Now you consider them mainstream for being on a tv show? OK I see where you logic stands, and by the same logic, the 3 artists I mentioned are also mainstream. Got it.

ThatsWhatsup inspirite97 Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Agreed 100%

holdthisLnoobs ThatsWhatsup Saturday, May 13, 2017

don't listen to pink_oracle, that bitch is a fake idol loving only fan who hates on rappers who disses her "oppas" Big Bang & Mino like Iron and Blacknut did.

holdthisLnoobs pink_oracle Saturday, May 13, 2017


pink_oracle holdthisLnoobs Sunday, May 14, 2017

Oh go suck your daddy's dick some more you stupid cunt.

holdthisLnoobs pink_oracle Sunday, May 21, 2017

pink hoeracle sits behind her computer all day hyper ventilating when someones disses her oppas like a freak lmfaoooooo, sad bitch

pink_oracle holdthisLnoobs Monday, May 22, 2017

This was 8 days ago and you still care? Wow what a loser, get a life.

holdthisLnoobs pink_oracle Saturday, May 27, 2017

boohoo the sad and pathetic goth bitch doesnt like her oppas getting dissed by real rappers, LMFAO, you dirty goth cunt, its not 2006 you fucking freak, get a life bitch

pink_oracle holdthisLnoobs Sunday, May 28, 2017

FAKE USER, troll spamming the boards with the same shit every weekend. Piss off fake person.

holdthisLnoobs pink_oracle Monday, May 29, 2017

Look at this loser snitch, lmfaooo, who you calling out to? Goth 2006 bitch. "Oh no Blacknut dissed my Mino and kittib!! I hate him cus he isn't the best lookin because I'm a shallow goth cunt but if he was good looking and an idol id Stan him!!" pink hoeracle 2017 lmaoooooo

beatz_hl Sunday, May 7, 2017

The diss went wrong and end returned to school haha 

Johncane Sunday, May 7, 2017

i say it all the time, some of these K hip hop artists claiming to be about that real hip-hop life but suing someone for inappropriate lyrics LOOOL

sorahime Sunday, May 7, 2017

I agree with some of the comments that say she needs a thicker skin, like who cares. When someone mentions your name in another track that's a plus for you, diss or not. But it was really foul bringing her up in that way, it seems for no reason too.

propanda Sunday, May 7, 2017

He went after her in extremely sexist way. Reminds me of elementary school boys who throw insults like that to girls cause they act so tough. I'm glad that she's suing him, women in this world don't have to listen everything and just stay quiet about it.

DeusInAbsentia propanda Sunday, May 7, 2017

Then she shouldn't pick up the hip hop life style if she can't handle such things then....Hip Hop isn't the clean's gritty and uncensored.

Melina45d propanda Sunday, May 7, 2017

Then she should do a diss track back. Thats how hip hop works. You think nicki minaj cries in a corner when people talk shit about her? No she owns their ass. If you can't handle the heat stay out of the kitchen. Its obvious she doesn't know what real hip hop is. Smh

propanda DeusInAbsentia Sunday, May 7, 2017

Hip hop culture doesn't matter. This is sexist attack against woman and women.

partyfan2013 propanda Sunday, May 7, 2017

Well, I just know for sure that Black Nut sure has crossed that major red line this time and therefore is paying the ultimate price for his disgusting and derogatory lyrics towards KittiB in his song titled "Too Real". And with this in mind, maybe it's time for Black Nut to scale back on his lyrical content a bit before he suffers more consequences for his dirty lyrics during his career in the long run.

ThatsWhatsup partyfan2013 Sunday, May 7, 2017

Nah. Fuck that. You should be able to say and do whatever you want in your music. Censorship sucks.

partyfan2013 ThatsWhatsup Sunday, May 7, 2017

Uh, that's irresponsible because you know that Black Nut has gotten in serious trouble with KittiB this time for his derogatory lyrics towards her in his song, "Too Real", to which it's for recording label Just Music's compilation album. And being given the fact that the Korean hip-hop industry is much more different than the one in the US, you know that it was right for KittiB to sue him for his lyrics about her because she was just too angry to respond with a diss track about him anyway. So therefore, we should ONLY applaud KittiB for doing this.

clarissaxd propanda Sunday, May 7, 2017

then youve never listened to rap/ hip hop music then, theres a shit ton of sexism in there.

propanda ThatsWhatsup Sunday, May 7, 2017

Nope. He went against particular person in really sexist way. Thank god there is still laws that prevent you saying just anything.

propanda clarissaxd Monday, May 8, 2017

I listen some, none of that bullshit stuff. Rap that I listen is social commentary. Why would I even listen anything sexist?

clarissaxd propanda Monday, May 8, 2017

... Sure thats what i meant. Telling you to selectively choose a sexist rap song. Right thats what i said yep

ThatsWhatsup propanda Monday, May 8, 2017

You've clearly never listened to rap battles or diss tracks.

ygbad_boy propanda Friday, June 9, 2017

I agree to some extend with the sexist part... however, hip-hop is about lyrically talk about something that's on your mind. Also, I think her attitude towards this makes her lose face in the hip-hop community. I also would like to ask had it been a woman who wrote those lyrics would she take the same action as this? Or would she play the game and come up with her own diss track? Hip-hop it's a world about expressing it the only way you can. Black rappers (like N.W.A) used the N-word in social commentary tracks like Fuck the Police and in the same album Eazy E talks about fucking some bitches. 2Pac did the same he had Keep Ya Head Up but also had I Get Around... at the end of the day, hip-hop is a way to create a story/criticism/diss

1llionaire Sunday, May 7, 2017

lmao @ taking legal actions for that. weakass bitch.

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