Nas is extending an olive branch.
After calling out Doja Cat on his song ‘Ultra Black,’ the rapper is now clarifying the controversial lyrics.
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In a new interview with Power 106, the ‘Patience’ rapper said he meant no disrespect. Instead, he came up with the lyrics because they rhymed.
“I just really was saying a rhyme that rhymed with ‘Ultra Black.’ I didn’t even think of it.”
He went on to state that:
“It’s all love. It’s bars, it’s lines. We play with words.”
#Nas Meant No Disrespect To #DojaCat On New Song + #HitBoy Talks #JuiceWRLD Inspiration On ‘King’s Disease’ Album 💯👑🙏🏽
•@Nas @Hit_Boy @J_Credible @djsourmilk
[WATCH] https://t.co/JK9Aw7pArr pic.twitter.com/oX46FMGrKz
— Power 106 (@Power106LA) August 22, 2020
Despite the Hip-Hop legend’s intentions, the song still made headlines and caught the attention of Doja Cat herself. The ‘Say So’ singer has since responded and announced that she plans to release her song ‘N.A.S.’
Doja Cat reveals she has a new song coming out called “NAS” pic.twitter.com/5SYBVAfzim
— RapCentury (@RapCentury_) August 20, 2020