Latto is a rising rap star who has been making a name for herself in the music industry with her catchy rhymes, powerful lyrics, and electrifying stage presence. With her unique style and infectious energy, Latto has quickly become one of the most sought-after artists in the game. The rapper has quickly been gaining a lot of traction. However, it seems like all this fame doesn’t excuse her from being trolled.
In a recent incident, an attempt was made by a group of internet trolls to turn an innocent social media post into a viral controversy. The post in question showcased Latto wearing the same pair of leopard print panties on two separate occasions, which caught the attention of the online community.
However, Latto refused to be deterred by the negativity, and instead chose to confront the trolls head-on. In a bold move, she took to social media to make light of the situation with a tweet that read, “Oh no, it’s the panty police. “Later, the rapper even went as far as to auction off her infamous leopard print panties on eBay, a move that not only made headlines but also demonstrated her unwavering confidence. The listing on eBay read as follows:
“Latto’s everyday cheetah print panties. Used. As seen on Latto multiple times.”
The auction, which began at a starting price of 99 cents, quickly garnered widespread attention and sparked a bidding war among fans and collectors. The bid price skyrocketed, reaching an astonishing $100k before eBay intervened and shut down the listing due to a violation of their hygiene policy.
Latto’s manager, Cortez Bryant, however, saw this unexpected turn of events as a business opportunity. When confronted by the paparazzi at the airport about the possibility of selling the rapper’s underwear, Bryant playfully stated that it was an idea he was considering for the tour merchandise.
“Ay man, we got a song coming out called ‘Lottery,’ man,” said Bryant. “So, you hit the jackpot with something like that. I didn’t expect it to go to $95,000. We might have to put that, sell that as a piece of merchandise or something.”
Bryant stated that if fans are so concerned about what the rapper is wearing, they can buy it as merchandise. “Panties at shows! First time ever in history of merchandise, ever,” he said.
It was also noted that Latto made the listing for fun and didn’t expect it to gain any traction. Only time will tell whether Latto or any other artist will see this as a potential business opportunity. Stay tuned to Thirsty For News as we bring you similar stories.
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