Rapper KittiB will be taking legal action against rapper Black Nut for the sexually offensive lyrics about her in some of his latest releases.
Black Nuts new single Too Real was recently released, and the lyrics from the song have been gaining attention once again for its sexual references of KittiB.
Last year, KittiB starred in Rapper Car, an internet broadcast show that interviews various rappers while driving around Seoul. During KittiBs interview, the interviewer asked why Black Nut appeared as a related keyword when her name was searched up online.
KittiB explained that Black Nut had mentioned KittiB in his song Indigo Child, where he rapped about her breasts, and even mentioned that he masturbated to her photos before dissing her appearance.
Ive risen like KittiBs breasts, you can tell if theyre real or fake by laying her down.
Honestly Ive masturbated to KittiBs photos, but of course, that was before I saw her in real life.
— Black Nuts Indigo Child
In regards to Black Nuts lyrics, KittiB expressed that she tried to look at it light-heartedly and dismiss it by telling herself that it was understandable for men to have animal desires.
She then explained that her fans were also getting upset at the lyrics, and some had even urged her to take legal action against him, but decided not to. KittiB then ended her answer by asking Black Nut not to write lyrics like that about her again for the sake of her fans.
KittiB asks Black Nut not to write such lyrics about her again.
Black Nut recently released Too Real last month with his agency, Just Music, and made another sexual reference about KittiB, even after she specifically asked him not to mention her in his songs again in the future.
Im lying down 2017, ready to f*** a girl worth masturbating to, but this time it isnt KittiB
In response, KittiB took to Instagram to show that she has had enough, stating that she will be taking legal action against him.
KittiB posted two screenshots of Black Nuts lyrics about her, where she first explained that she will be taking legal action in her first post, then gave a detailed explanation of the situation to her fans in the second post.
Ive been told I shouldnt give any attention to attention whores, misogynists, and keyboard bugs, but I feel like nows the time to stand up for my family and fans who are suffering because of this idiot. Ill see you in court^^ #BlackNut #debugging
A post shared by KittiB 🎗 (@k.i.t.t.i.b) on May 5, 2017 at 9:07am PDT
To everyone saying Why is she overreacting, the lyrics in this song are vague, or KittiB, I thought you said you were influenced by American hip-hop, why cant you just be cool about this, or Why are you acting so differently from when you starred in Rapper Car, you acted like you were so cool but now youre not and etc This is a long post, but please read this before you rat your mouth.
At first, I was going to let it go like the character I had in Rapper Car. But when I read the lyrics to Indigo Child for the first time? Im a woman too, so I was hurt, but if I show how upset and disappointed I am on camera, then how would my family feel? How would my fans feel?
There are times where I need to force myself to be courageous, and in this situation, I have to become stronger. I was so weak in Unpretty Rapstar that I cried a lot, and in the process, made my mother cry a lot of tears too.. And when did I ever say that Ill never sue again? If anything, I would have somewhat threatened (?) Black Nut to never mention me like that again.
But after that (I dont usually listen to Black Nuts music because they make me cringe), some fans told me that I was mentioned again in one of his unreleased songs. I took a deep breath before listening to it, and this time he overdid it. I acted cool for the people around me but I was so angry and I wasnt in my right mind because of the humiliation. Ive only recently realized that I shouldnt have said Lets let it go just this one time.. but this Black Nut idiot doesnt know what in moderation means and mentioned me again in Too Real.
And thats right, the lyrics are a lot weaker compared to his previous songs. Regardless of the context and whether or not its sexual harrassment, Black Nut is like a taboo amongst my family and myself, as well as my small fanbase who love me. Hes like a trauma that reminds me of my previous stresses and scars.
Yet still, you treat this like its something to laugh about, and ask Why is she like that?, and in addition, youve mocked me by calling me a keyboard bug and spread groundless rumors about me.
From now on, Im not going to back down, and Im going to take strong legal action. Please think before you babble.
Oh by the way, Im disgusted to write his name in my lyrics, so what do you mean I should write a diss track at him? You think thats real hip hop? Then real hip hop must be dead ㅋㅋㅋ
A post shared by KittiB 🎗 (@k.i.t.t.i.b) on May 5, 2017 at 11:50am PDT
Watch her interview on Rapper Car below.