AceShowbiz - Yung Baby Tate has regretted snapping at Gunna. Accussing the "Drip Too Hard" rapper of using "derogatory" LGBT words in his new song, the "Poof Be Gone" raptress took to social media to apologize to him.
Tate, whose real name is Tate Sequoya Farris, first brought her false claims against the YSL Records artist after she listened to his new track "Thought I Was Playing" featuring 21 Savage. In the chorus, he raps, "This fin hold choppa bullets, it's a AK in my hand/ These boys a bunch of p*****s, they no different than a trend."
However, the 25-year-old femcee and some other people mistook the word "trend" for "tran." The female rapper fumed on Twitter, "Why did gunna have to say 'these boys a bunch of p*****s, they no different than a tran ????????? Like u couldn't have found anything else to say?" She went on to rage, "This man been using derogatory LGBT words in his music for so long and I am tired."
Tate's post was then reshared by The Neighborhood Talk on Instagram, prompting many Instagram users to attack her. "Slow a**es," one person in particular wrote. "ppl b quick to try to cancel all LOUD & WRONG."
Another individual argued, "def an apology CAUSE LOOK AT THE LYRICS BEFORE YOU TRY TO BASH!" A third commented, "They just want to find a reason to be offended!" Someone else chimed in, "When u wanna be the leader of the cancel team and u get eliminated. Iwould of deleted my page till the next variant."
Having caught wind of the criticism, Tate took to the comment section to express her remorse. "Sorry @gunna now leave me the f**k alone I'm sick of my tweets being posted on here," she wrote, before blocking The Neighborhood Talk on the photo-sharing platform.