While the VERZUZ battle between Ja Rule and Fat Joe was undoubtedly a win for the culture, many feel the latter is holding an “L” for. Not so much for his performance, but specific remarks he made about Ja’s guests Lil Mo and Vita.
And Mo is speaking up and out about it.
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Those who tuned in to the spar witnessed the ladies join Ja for their classic ‘Put It On Me.’
Later in the evening, Ja jabbed Joe playfully with a remark about needing Remy Ma to save his set. Yet, his response fell foul of favor. For, he branded Mo and Vita “them dusty b*tches” before adding “you got to go to the crack house to find them b*tches.”
Watch the shocking scene:
Taking to Instagram after the battle, Mo wrote:
“I need EVERYONE to tell @Fatjoe he owes A genuine Apology… I don’t Live in A #CrackHouse , I’m Not A #Bxtch nor am I Dusty!!! #StreetCODE Women & Children is off limits 🤷🏽♂️ #Disappointed 💔💔💔 #Legend 🐐 #FacultyMusicGroup@Woo__says 🏆”
Joe jumped in the comments and obliged, writing:
“I’m super sorry i love you and vida i said sorry to your face before i left the building and to vida i was caught in the moment and I’m super sorry god bless “
“Shout out to the ladies very sorry if i disrespected i love vida and lil Moe I’m super sorry love my sisters”
“@thelilmoshow Stop it Mo, you know damn well Joe ain’t on it like that. First of all …you, V, Shanti- or nobody had even come out yet- when him and Ja was going back & forth; we didn’t know who was in the back. Second… I was in the car when you walked thru the parking lot and he hugged you, & showed mad love as usual…no need for your followers to tell him anything, as someone that personally knows you I’m sorry you were offended – you can call my phone ; matter fact I’m gonna dm you my number in case you don’t have it anymore – but also as someone that personally knows Joe he was not intentionally trying to hurt anyone- it was a battle between friends that are like family, sidebar: #streetcode don’t do social media.”
While we love us some Remy, this, friends, is what we call doing the entire most. Especially when the wrongdoer is readily acknowledging their wrong. There is nothing “streetcode” about unwarranted disrespect on a public platform. What’s more, there’s something irksome about the notion of public disrespect being cleaned up in private.
Though our stance on the matter is pretty concrete, Mo updated the caption in her post to read:
“What a beautiful night at the GARDEN everyone gave me my FLOWERS. NO MORE NEGATIVITY. It’s ONLY UP from here. 🌟🤞🏾💰🤲🏽”
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