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Lady Leshurr Gets Heated Online With Cardi B Over Song

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Back in 2015, Cardi released a song that contained an instrumental by UK iconic female rapper, Lady Leshurr,  which had them in a back and forth on social media.

Beyoncé has not only been in the news recently for her latest album, but for issues with sampling and lyrics contained on Renaissance. Now United Kingdom’s legendary female rapper, Lady Leshurr, is calling out fellow rapper Cardi B. The issue stems back to the days Cardi B was making a name for herself with Love and Hip Hop. As she was growing her social media presence, she dropped mixtapes and rapped over beats by other hip hop artists. One of the artists is Lady Leshurr who is now looking for payment from the single.”You mind asking Cardi if she can break me off a likkle change she used my beat/idea before her big break and is now a millionaire and I got paid 0 [pleading face emoji],” wrote Leshurr.video zoneIt was a request that took Cardi B by surprise, but the rapper issued a response.”I made like 2 dollars of that song ….you want the other dollar ?” said Cardi, before she shared a clip of the visual to the song in question: “Cheap Ass Weave.”

Leshurr replied, “[Crying laughing emojis] would b nice but tbh I just wanted my credit & it’s mad I had to tweet banter 4 a response when I dm u years ago about it. I was cool wen I thought it was just YT cover but it’s on streaming sites as ‘cheap azz weave’ nw & urs comes up b4 mine so yes dollar & credit pls [purple heart emoji].”



Hours later, Lady Leshurr went on social media to clear the air about people speculating that she did this for clout. The UK hip hop artist stated, Ppl thinking I’m doing this for clout is crazy to me. I’ve never done nothing in my career for clout check my history but I will always speak up for what is right I tried the professional way got air bantered and got response remember I’m Queen troll u meanies can’t done me.”


The tagging of Cardi B to get her message didn’t stop as she continued, “I was independent when this dropped! My ppl reached out to urs years later no response..Maybe diff label then?The principle is the song was uploaded w/ diff title without my knowledge & being sold, any1 that samples a song needs to reach out 2da artist not the other way round no?”

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