Rapper Fat Joe, a rapper who until now has been known to work for unity and to support others – has faced a backlash. Fat Joe reports that R&B legends called Lil Moe and Vita “dust b * teaches” and suggested that before Versace, the two women confirmed MTO News at “Crack House”,
Before the war, Fat Joe made it clear that he was leaving nothing behind, but no one thought he was willing to take it this far. Repeatedly, he told Ja Rule that he was “going to get this job.” Although he promised it wouldn’t reach the locks / dipset level, Joe said it would go crazy.
The play unfolds after Ja Rule talks about his features and claims that Fat Joe Remy brought his mother to the stage “to save him”. MTO News has confirmed that Fat Joe has gone wild. He referred to Lil ‘Mo and Vita as “dust b * teachers” and told Jake that they had to be brought from the crack house.
People all over social media are annoyed by Joe’s talk and they are calling Remy’s mom to check on this.
Lil Moe is one of the most famous R&B female writers in music history – with dozens of closed songs on billboards. He is also a singer, rapper, television and radio personality. She is best known for her 2001 single “Superwoman OP II”, which featured the then-unknown rapper Fabulous, who was credited with starting her career.
He first gained recognition as the character of Missy Elliott, through his record-breaking hit single “Hot Boys” as well as his collaboration with Ja Rule, with whom he received Grammy-nominated “Put It On Me” and “I Cry”.
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Vita is a rapper and actress. She is best known as an actress for her role as DMX’s “Side Chick” in the most recent film Belly. As a rapper he is known for his appearances in NERD’s Lapdance, Put It on Me by Ja Rule and Down 4 U’s Irv Gotti.