Blueface Stands Up for Jaidyn Alexis in the Wake of Ghostwriting Allegations
Rapper Blueface has recently taken to social media to defend his baby mother, Jaidyn Alexis, who has just launched her rap career. Alexis has released a string of singles, including “Workout,” “Stewie,” “Post opp,” and her latest track, “Barbie.” The songs have been a topic of discussion on the internet, with trolls particularly focusing on her Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL) in each video.
The song “Barbie” has stirred controversy due to its lyrics, which include shots at Blueface’s other baby mother, Chrisean. The lyrics read, “Can’t keep him with a baby, should’ve asked me / How you movin’ but still can’t outlast me / Cook, clean, f**k, you can’t pass me / I’m in the front now, sis, get the back seat.”
However, the controversy doesn’t end there. Blueface has been accused of being the mastermind behind Alexis’s lyrics. Some believe that he is ghostwriting her songs to deliver subtle messages aimed at Chrisean. One Instagram user commented, “The fact that u writing these lyrics for her to throw subliminal msgs at Chrisean is sad af, like u sure u moved on?” This comment suggests that Blueface may be using Alexis’s music as a platform to express his feelings or unresolved issues.
Blueface Rejects Claims of Using Ghostwriters
Blueface has vehemently denied these accusations. In an Instagram story where he sings along to Alexis’s “Barbie,” he insists that she wrote the lyrics herself. He even asks Alexis (off-camera) to confirm that she wrote the song, to which she responds, “That’s my s**t!”
Addressing the camera, Blueface asks, “You really think I wrote that?” He goes on to say, “That’s disrespectful. Y’all callin a n***a zesty? Is that what it is? So if I wrote them lyrics that make me zesty cuh? Jaidyn, tell em you wrote it. I ain’t never been zesty.” Despite his efforts to convince the internet that Alexis wrote the song herself, some remain skeptical. One user commented, “Now who tf told her she built like a Barbie blue please stop writing these songs.”
As the controversy continues to unfold, it remains to be seen whether the accusations will affect Alexis’s burgeoning rap career or Blueface’s reputation. Regardless of who wrote the lyrics, one thing is clear: the song has certainly sparked a conversation.
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A Closer Look at the adidas Yeezy Slide “Salt”
While Yeezy releases wind down, with the adidas label recently announcing that it will halt releases of the Yeezy line in 2023, another Yeezy Slide release has surfaced on the 2024 sneaker calendar. Indulge in a closer look at the Yeezy Slide “Salt,” model slated to drop in 2024.
With optimal comfort at the forefront, the green/gray-hued “Salt” slide is constructed from a single piece of injected EVA foam and boasts a signature wide strap covering most of the footbed. Subtle adidas branding is stamped on the footbed as well, with the model’s signature horizontal grooves along the outsole. The “Salt” colorway is just one slide model that is expected to be released next year. Check out the surfaced photos in the gallery above.
The adidas Yeezy Slide “Salt” runs for $75 USD, and is expected to drop sometime during 2024. Stay tuned for official images and more updates as they surface.
Elsewhere in the footwear world, Satisfy and HOKA have collaborated on a Clifton LS pack for the Fall/Winter 2023 season.
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