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There’s certainly a lot riding on Fat Trel‘s shoulders these days. In a recent Washington City Paper cover story, the 21-year-old spoke of business meetings in New York and Los Angeles, and acknowledged the high stakes of his new mixtape, Nightmare on E Street.
The reviews have been mixed, with at least one veteran D.C. producer saying that the project was a disappointment.
However, it’s Trel’s jab at Rah Digga‘s femininity—-“The bitch might be a nigga, for reala, she Rah Digga”—-that’s ticked off the New Jersey rapper, whose “The Nigga In Me” fires back at Fat Trel and Odd Future leader Tyler, The Creator (who’s also insinuated that Rah is masculine).
Perhaps this is Rah’s way of getting back under the spotlight? Or maybe she’s genuinely pissed about Trel’s comments. Either way, Digga doesn’t cut cards: “Fat Trel can kiss my, global rap ass/He barely out of D.C./Tried to look ’em up, he ain’t even got a Wiki.”
It’ll be interesting to see how—-or if—-Trel responds to the diss. Listen to Rah’s song on Hulkshare.