In his hit song Deep Pockets, he makes reference to his clothing saying it is rounded like the influencer Thickleeyonce.
Many saw it as an innocent shout out to her, however, some were offended by it and called him out for body-shaming her.
“My shirt like Thickleeyonce, it’s all rounded,” his lyrics said.
An ‘offended’ tweep wrote, “Why do I feel it’s more like body-shaming than an S/O? Or because it’s a song of a well-known rapper it’s all cool? Enlighten me.”
In Nasty C’s defense, Thickleeyonce said the rapper contacted her months before writing the verses and she saw no problem with it. In fact, she said she was excited about it.
“He literally just means that his pockets are as chubby as me. Also, he reached out to me before he put it on the song, he asked if I didn’t mind & I told him I was hella cool with it, I’m not offended by calling me fat, I’m offended by people shaming me for being fat.
“Nasty C dm’d me months back about this, I was hella excited! Lol y’all must not bore me,” she responded.
There’s a big difference. I wish y’all were this loud when people are telling me what I should and shouldn’t wear, or saying I need to lose weight, I’m unhealthy, ugly and stuff. 🙃
— thickleeyonce (@ThickLeeyonce) August 28, 2020
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