Hailed as the inspiration behind Miley Cyrus‘ revamped look, Lil Debbie first came to the attention of music lovers via Kreayshawn’s viral smash ‘Gucci Gucci’, in which she stars in.
This week, in a move that’ll no doubt propel her name to controversial new heights, the ‘California Sweetheart’ has shared her thoughts on the music industry’s “ghostwriting” culture, relaying stories she claims to have heard about Pop’s more celebrated contributors.
Stories, that suggest Nicki Minaj and Beyonce have enlisted the aid of other writers/producers when penning lyrics they later claimed were written by themselves.
“I’m never going to sit in front of a camera and be like ‘I write every single word on my verses’ because I don’t. I hate every white female artist that is sitting there fronting that they do write their own sh*t. But so may people do it. Some of people’s favourite songs that are on the radio right now are ghostwritten.”
“I don’t see what’s wrong with it. I mean, I don’t even wanna say it, but some of Beyonce’s… Nicki Minaj, most of her stuff is purely hers, but I’ve heard from a couple of people that some of her stuff, like the tune, the way the flow is, sh*t like that might be written. I might be wrong, who knows.”