O.T. Genasis Shades Keyshia Cole Over Her Allegedly Smelly Vagina
The ‘CoCo’ rapper, who has been feuding with the female emcee over his cover of her hit ‘Love’, takes aim at her again by making a claim about her lady parts during in an Instagram video.
- Apr 13, 2020
AceShowbiz – O.T. Genasis has reignited his feud with Keyshia Cole, which first sparked over their music. The Atlanta-born star has dissed the 38-year-old raptress on Instagram, this time going more personal by talking about her lady parts.
In a video which has circulated online, the 32-year-old rapper claimed that Keyshia’s vagina “smell like fish.” He didn’t disclose how he came to know that the “I Changed My Mind” spitter suffers from feminine body odor, but he repeated his remark several times.
His shade over Keyshia’s lady parts aside, O.T. has launched a singing challenge to the California native as well as another fellow hip-hop star, 21 Savage. “It been more than 24 hours and my boy @21savage ain’t want smoke lol …Now dats done I’m finna see what @keyshiacole was talkin bout #quarantine,” he wrote alongside a photo of him.
Some of his followers found his post humorous, leaving laughing emojis. Some others were excited about the possibility of an O.T. and Keyshia face-off, either in a music battle or in another online exchange.
“Go get her bro,” one person encouraged O.T. Another commented, “Petty and I [love] it!” A third user reacted, “Grabs popcorn, kettle to be exact.”
Another pleaded, “Leave Keyshia aloneeee,” while someone else imagined how Keyshia would react to his challenge, “U gone make Keyshia deactivate her page.” The last comment was referring to Keyshia who removed her social media accounts after O.T. parodied her song “Love” with “Never Knew”.
Keyshia never approved the cover and she was not having it that O.T. redid her classic ballad with changes to the lyrics. “I ain’t never gone listen to @KeyshiaCole song the same anymore,” Keyshia’s fan commented on O.T.’s version, seemingly unamused. Keyshia then replied to the fan, “Exactly. Not cool.”
Keyshia later had the song removed from YouTube and iTunes. She also explained her issue with O.T.’s song, saying that while other artists, such as Trey Songz and Bruno Mars, have covered the song, they didn’t change the lyrics.
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