Latto has already earned a name for himself in the rap business at the age of 23. On her debut album 777, she crowned herself Queen Of The Souf, and she made it clear that no one is going to challenge her. She continued to suffer major internet criticism in the lead-up to the album’s release, ranging from her statements about male artists wanting to push the bounds of professionalism to the venue capacity of her gigs.
In the face of criticism, Latto is unafraid to speak out, never shying away from debunking erroneous myths. Regrettably, it appears that her label would prefer that she keep some things private. She expressed her dissatisfaction with the financial aspect of the game during a recent interview on the Joe Budden Podcast.
There’s just so much stuff that I’m going through right now that I just didn’t know that people do. It’s the business stuff that just like — it’s frustrating you because you can’t speak on certain stuff. They tell you to shut the f-ck up but it’s like this is what I’m going through. B-tch, I don’t want to shut the f-ck up.
Joe then inquired as to whether she meant that they were requesting that she stay quiet in interviews, on stage, or on social media. Latto went on to address the harsh fan reaction to her venting on social media. People believe that because she is a wealthy celebrity, she is immune to feeling.
On the other hand, she said that when she claps back at supporters, they feel validated. Latto certainly has a bright future ahead of her and it is clear she couldn’t care less what her critics think about her life. Check out Latto’s interview with Joe Budden below.
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