The rapper Fat Joe, a rapper who was hitherto known for unity, and for supporting others – is facing a backlash. Fat Joe named after R & B legendary singers Lil Mo and Vita “dusty B * tches” and suggested that before the trial the two ladies were “in the crack house” MTO News confirmed,
Before the battle, Fat Joe made it clear that he was not holding back, but no one thought he was ready to take it that far. He repeatedly told Ja Rule that he was “getting this job”. While promising it would not come to The LOX / Dipset level, Joe said it would be crazy.
The drama unfolded after Ja Rule talked about his features, claiming that Fat Joe brought Remy Ma on stage to “save him”. That’s when, MTO News confirms, Fat Joe went wild. He called Lil ‘Mo and Vita “dusty B * tches” and told Ja he needed to get them out of Crack House.
People everywhere on social media are upset as Joe says this and ask Remy Ma to check him out on this.
Lil Mo is one of the most prolific R&B female writers in music history – singing dozens of Billboard hits. She is also a singer, rapper, television and radio personality. She is best known for her 2001 single “Superwoman Pt. II”, featuring the unknown rapper Fabolous, who was credited with launching his career.
She first gained recognition as Missy Elliott’s protégé after appearing on her record-breaking single “Hot Boyz”, as well as through her collaborations with Ja Rule, with whom she won Grammy-nominated “Put It on Me” and “I cry “.
Here’s Lil Mo:
Vita is a rapper and actress. She is best known as the actress for playing the DMX “Side Chick” Kionna in the 1998 film Belly. As a rapper she is known for her appearances on the songs Lapdance by NERD, Put It on Me by Ja Rule, and Down 4 U by Irv Gotti.
Here is the Vita: