The City Girls are getting candid.
For, the Hip-Hop duo covers the latest issue of I-D Magazine, where they adorn several chic outfits and give a revealing interview.
Within the feature, the ‘Act Up’ rappers dish on ‘City On Lock,’ shocking themselves, haters, and a career beyond music.
Peep pics and quotes inside:
On their album ‘City On Lock’:
JT: “It was supposed to be a fun mixtape that led us up into a serious album, but then Covid struck, and a lot of other tragedies happened in 2020, so it wasn’t a fun year. City On Lock got leaked, so we were like: it’s an album.”
On shocking themselves:
Yung Miami: “When I was like, ‘Pull it out, make it drip, put it straight up in my a**.’ I was like, ‘Oh my God, why would I say that sh*t?’ ’Cause I don’t even have sex in my a**, for real [laughs]. Like, ‘Girl, why would you even rap and say that?’ That was a shocker.”
On the haters:
JT: “Man, lemme tell you something. Put this in the magazine. At this point, I don’t give a f**k what nobody think. Dead a**. These people gon’ make up what they gon’ make up anyway. They don’t know me. They d**n sure don’t know her. So I don’t care what they think. Twitter and the internet world have got out of control. Period. It’s out of control. People gave the internet an inch, and they done took a motherf****** mile. People doing things for tweets, viral moments, comments. It’s not even genuine hate no more.”
On a career beyond the music industry:
“We are the It girls. We could be made into anything. We could be made into movie stars. We could be made into fashion icons because we’re beautiful girls, and we’re trendsetters, and people love our lingo. People love us. I see us in movies, on runways. I see us on the cover of magazines. Everywhere.”