Sexyy Red Claps Back At Lord Jamar For Insulting Her Appearance

Lord Jamar has problems with lots of different artists. The legendary rapper has become better known for his critiques than his music, and his recent The Art of Dialogue interview supported this. Jamar went after Sexyy, insulting the way she looked and smelt. The rapper claimed that Sexyy Red looked “icky and hot.” He described her as the kind of woman who smells “like a room full of sex,” and urged men to “do better.” Needless to say, Sexyy Red did not let these criticisms slide.

Sexyy Red reposted the Lord Jamar interview on Instagram with the text “ask @chieffkeeffsossa do I stink.” Sexyy and Chief Keef have been linked for the better part of a year. That said, both artists have maintained that they are friends. The former called Chief Keef her “brother” after posting flirtatious photos with him on Instagram. That hasn’t stopped the romance rumors from swirling, however. The rapper placed Chief Keef’s chain in her panties during an IG post in June. She also claimed that her baby daddy went through her text messages with Keef shortly after she gave birth.

Sexyy Red Hinted At A Hook Up With Chief Keef

Sexyy’s response to Lord Jamar suggests that something sexual went down between her and Chief Keef. Either way, the rapper has grown accustomed to hate from other artists. Sexyy Red actually talked about hate during a new episode of HBO’s The Shop. While the episode premieres July 11, a teaser clip saw Sexyy Red talking about the way that hatred motivates her.

“They still don’t believe in me, so I’m just gonna show you who I am,” she told Andre 3000. “Ain’t nobody doing this.” The Outkast rapper urged Sexyy Red to keep doing what she was doing, and ignore what her critics have to say. “Use it for fuel,” he posited. “Hater fuel, man, it’s the best sh*t.”

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Elias is a music writer at HotNewHipHop. He joined the site in 2024, and covers a wide range of topics, including pop culture, film, sports, and of course, hip-hop. You can find him publishing work for HNHH from Monday to Friday, especially when it comes to the coverage of new albums and singles. His favorite artists are Andre 3000, MF Doom, pre-808s Kanye West and Tyler, The Creator. He loves L.A. hip-hop but not L.A. sports teams. The first album he ever bought was Big Willie Style by Will Smith, which he maintains is still a pretty good listen.

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