If you don’t have RIAA certifications or seven-digit account numbers, DDG doesn’t want your wrath. The rapper also had a fight with Kankan, who called his latest song “f***ing a**.” In reaction, the YouTube celebrity checked the RIAA’s certification list for the underground rhymer, found nothing, and uploaded a screenshot above his tweet. Whether you think his rap career is corny or innovative, he’s rising. As such, he stated on social media that he won’t reply to criticism not related to his accomplishment.
DDG said in a tweet, “I only get hated on by n***as that are 10 times broker than me.” “Starting today, if you can’t show at least one million cash liquid in your account, I will not respond to anything that is critical.” It is unfortunate for him that the shade that is cast his way originates from events that are unrelated to his rap career. One reason for this is that, as of late, his romantic involvement with Halle Bailey has been the subject of considerable discussion and analysis due to the proliferation of reports concerning their possible separation. Nevertheless, despite the enormous toll that it takes to be so debated on social media, which was revealed by The Little Mermaid star, they appeared to endure through it all.
DDG Looks Down On His Broke Haters
“The biggest thing I’ve learned in dating when it comes to dating in the public eye, is that everybody’s gonna have an opinion about you, whether it’s good or bad,” she reflected concerning her relationship with DDG. In fact, some referred to him as an “E-list rapper” after rumors swirled, adding insult to injury. At least he laughed it off and clearly continued to hone his talents. “I’ve had this since I was younger,” Bailey continued. “I think because I’ve grown up, kind of in the public eye, people think they have this sort of… I don’t know, that they can say what they feel about my life. Like they do with everyone in the public eye. But I’ve realized, for me, I just go with my heart.
“It’s hard when you’re in the public eye because social media is also a part of your work, it’s a big part of what I do!” she went on. “I have to set healthy boundaries for myself, ‘cuz just like anyone, if you see all these people saying whatever they want about you, your life, what you choose to decide… That could take a toll on anyone, so I just have to choose to step aside and not look at any of that. Just live in the real world. That’s what makes me happy.”