It’s no secret that I don’t consider myself a Kreayshawn fan, so I’ll keep this short. The Bay area emcee (and I use that term loosely) landed the alternate cover of the October/November issue of Complex. For having one single and a mediocre buzz, Kreay really has no problem running her mouth about more established artists.
She’s been accused of dissing Nicki Minaj in “Gucci Gucci,” blatantly called Rick Ross fake and after his “Uncle Otis” diss, she’s fired back at The Game. Here’s a taste of some of Kreay’s verbal diarrhea featured in the issue:
Kreayshawn, born Natassia Zolot, would like to deal with Game more directly. “I wanna slap a grown-ass man in the face,” she says, defiantly. She then lightens the mood, joking about calling 50 Cent, but gets aggravated when her manager, Chioke “Stretch” McCoy, advises her not to respond.
She counters with another plan of action. “I’m going to say, ‘Game’s a weak ass Blood, he ain’t about to do shit.’” That also doesn’t go over well with Stretch, a charismatic, hulking black guy whose pedigree includes Mac Dre and Mistah F.A.B. She pushes back. “Am I just supposed to get dissed every day and be a weak ass little white bitch? Fuck that shit. I’m tired of people disrespecting me.”
I wish there was a way to put my over-exaggerated side-eye into words; but since there’s not, I’ll just leave the rest of my comments to myself. I’m sure plenty of us are on the same page about this girl though -_-
If you’re interested you can cop the official issue October 4. Until then, read more of Kreayshawn’s B.S. over at Complex.