V-Nasty's Alleged Ex Fires Back With Song Referencing OJ Simpson
Dayo said that he and V-Nasty had been involved, and that, further, she got pregnant and said that baby was his. Um, not exactly, responded V-Nasty. In fact, not at all. "Yeah, I've never met him or anything," she told us. "I just did a song with him through emails...I will kick his ass."
Dayo did not take this well, and has just released a diss track called "OJ Simpson (Tribute 2 the White Girl Mob)," which you can hear below. It's pretty much exactly what it sounds like: an all-out escalation of their beef.
Over an instrumental of U.S.D.A.'s "White Girl," Dayo sings "I got my OJ gloves on," and accuses V-Nasty of turning her back on him as well as on Kreayshawn and her former manager Stretch.
V-Nasty, who's originally from Oakland and now lives in Las Vegas, could not be reached for comment.
It's hard to know who to believe here; to some, Dayo may seem to be attempting to make his name on V-Nasty's coattails -- in the most threatening and crass way possible -- particularly now that she's signed a record deal of her own. But to Dayo, her treatment of him fits a pattern.
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"It's not a coincidence that all these people were down since day one, and now she's like 'fuck everybody,'" he says.
"As soon as Kreayshawn got a little bit of fame, that's when [V-Nasty] started acting funny towards me...Now she signed the deal and she acts like she don't know me."
"My main reason for doing it [is because] she always does this whenever she gets a little bit of success. She turns her back on the people that were there for her."