On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Bahija Lamar responds to Drake’s sneaky diss “she a ten tryna rap, it’s good on mute” in new single, What?
The brand-new single by Bahija Lamar, What?, arrived on January 15th along with a video filmed in Rome.
The moroccan artist has gained international recognition for her adaptability, distinctive flow, and exotic appearance.
Drake has finally confirmed that he was referring to the Moroccan artist Bahija Lamar Responds in his new song “Jumbotron shit poppin.” “Thick moroccan B, that’s my fav imma go on and beat it / she ain’t wanna eat it on her first day, it’s haram,” after previously singing the famous line ““she a ten tryna rap, it’s good on mute.”
Ice spice was not mentioned by the Toronto rapper, contrary to popular belief. Since then, Bahija Lamar Responds fans have shown a lot of resentment toward Drake by making fun of his appearance, music, and comparing the Toronto rapper to the well-known cartoon character “Shrek.”
Bahija Lamar Responds Lamar disclosed on her Instagram account that it was not the first time the music industry slammed her, particularly “Cash Money Records,” which criticized her for rejecting their music deal in 2019 and for sneakily disparaging women in general.
Under her own record label, “The queen records,” Bahija became the first Moroccan artist to enter the international music industry. She is currently working on new projects that will be released this year.
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