Boosie Badazz has recently responded to Omeretta, a prominent Atlanta rapper, who took a dig at him in her remix of Latto’s hit track, “Put It On Da Floor.” Omeretta explicitly called out Boosie in her song, urging him to refrain from commenting on controversies involving Atlanta artists.
In light of this, the Baton Rouge native voiced his thoughts on Twitter, defending his habit of criticizing artists accused of snitching. However, Boosie mistakenly misspelled Omeretta’s name and argued that she had directed her frustration at the wrong person.
“OMERTÀ get mad at what yo city doing dont get mad at me lol,” he tweeted, accompanied by a rat emoji. Boosie Badazz later went on to label Omeretta as a clout chaser in a subsequent post. He speculated that she was trying to align herself with someone he had criticized in the past, such as Gunna or Ralo. “I see the play,” he wrote. “N who you trying to get a feature with. SMH #Cloutchasin Just keep rapping hopefully your time coming.”
Omeretta unveiled her rendition of “Put It On Da Floor” on Thursday, June 29. The track mentions notable figures like Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and Boosie.
In her lyrics, she addresses the ongoing drama within the Atlanta music scene, suggesting that Lil Baby is involving himself in disputes and choosing sides. Omeretta also mentions Boosie, advising him to maintain silence on Atlanta matters. Furthermore, she references Lil Durk’s social media presence, insinuating that he is attempting to boost his own reputation while sending disses to Gunna, despite the fact that Lil Y is physically present in the Atlanta area.