Cleveland rapper Big Indo had huge claims to make against Latto. While Big Indo held back in seriously accusing Latto of copying her music and aesthetic, Latto felt like she had to hit back hard.

Latto posted a new teaser for her song, which Big Indo found to be a rip-off of her music. She reposted the teaser and directly accused her of stealing the beat. While she speculated that maybe Latto looked up to her tunes or somebody in her team stole the tune for her, Latto definitely felt accused by it.

NOT THE BEAT TOO. Just higher tempo I’m sick cause I looked up to LATTO it look like she been lookin up to me tho or her team stealin sauce. I obviously got million dollar ideas.

Big Indo’s accusations didn’t just end there. She also added speculation of Latto stealing from the way her name is stylized. She said that Latto went from mulatto to ‘BIG LATTO,’ Indo had previously changed her name to ‘BIG INDO.’

She went from mullato to ‘BIG LATTO’. I went from ‘Big Indo’ to ‘BIG INDO’. I been ‘big’ indo since I started.

Latto launched a huge attack against Big Indo. She said that she doesn’t even know who Indo is, and ridiculed her significantly lesser following by asking if the fans think she’s one of the 14 people who listen to her music.

It’s givin… nobody. Y’all really think I’m 1 of the 14 ppl that listened to her before??? Lmao I cannot make thi shit up. I’m over here frustrated af cause IVE NEVER HEARD OF OR SEEN SHAWTY EVER IN MY LIFE!!!! DON’T FLATTER YOURSELF!

Big Indo still tried to do damage control on the situation. She clarified that she didn’t intend to “drag” Latto, and that she wants all her fellow female artists to use their own music. While the conflict is still not clear, fans are wondering if Latto has more scathing comebacks to make.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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