Queen Rah Digga speaks more on her lyrical ass whoppin of Tyler, the Creator and Fat Trel

Seems like a certain female MC has had enough of Tyler The Creator's tough talk. Former Flipmode Squad member Rah Digga has decided to step up and defend herself and fellow female MC Lyte on the track "The N---a In Me" after the Odd Future frontman verbally attacked the two lyricists.

"I was trying to support this young black man" Digga spits on the song. "It's too bad, you probably lost your only black fan/Take it any further, and you might catch a backhand, b---h."

Rah Digga is speaking out after Tyler repeatedly taunted her on Twitter saying "Happy Fathers Day." Prior to that the Creator was under a bit of fire for calling out MC Lyte on wax.

"See these girls talkin' all that s--t (What?)/I'm just tryna see some t--s (What?)/," Tyler raps on "Rella" off the new Odd Future album. "Let's get it poppin' like, MC Lyte, around some dykes/I'm, out this b---h like hocus pocus/And me and Lucas got a couple of pickles."

Following the release of the album MC Lyte responded expressing her anger over Tylers bars.

"Yeah, I definitely was insulted. First off, it's totally new school" Lyte told website hiphopdx.com. "[Tyler] has yet to understand -- although he can have quite a bit of followers and fans, it does take a moment from one's entry in the business for them to really understand what it is that we do for other people. And how we inspire them, and how we influence them, and how we can literally make or break another human being's day. And with all that I've done throughout my years in inspiring generations of people, I think it very irresponsible of him. With saying that, we do have a generation that is quite irresponsible when it comes to what it is that they'll say [and] their behavior. [But still], it took me by surprise. One, because I know of people who know him and kind of hold him in high esteem. [But] from that action alone, I don't know that I feel it worthy for me to address it in any other format, outside of this. But, yeah, I thought it was very careless."

Days later Tyler cleared up any speculation of a dis towards MC Lyte while at the same time making note he wouldn't be issuing an apology.

"I don't know if she's gay or not," Tyler told DJ Drama. "It was a joke. But if she took offense, so be it -- I'm not gonna apologize, but I didn't mean for her feelings to get hurt. Usually people in that position, you'd think they would laugh it off and go on with their day. But I guess she caught feelings. I didn't mean to do that, but whatever."

Lyte may have decided to take the high road on wax but Digga wasn't letting the sly MC get off so easy.

"In my 20 YEARS of putting out music I've never engaged in publicity stunts" DIgga tweeted earlier today. "Where I come from u say my name u get served. Simple. &. Plain."

On her track “The Ni**a In Me,” Rah Digga delivers a verse aimed at silencing both newcomers.

“I didn’t make this record for press purposes or for hype cuz that’s not my thing,” Rah Digga explained. “I got wind of various artists referencing me in a negative fashion.

“They poked fun at me I’m just pokin back. It’s all sport to me,” Rah Digga continued. “I wish em all the best, they just need to understand who is off-limits. MC Lyte is off-limits. Rah Digga is off-limits. Respect those who kept Hip-Hop raw so that we could still have a culture or get a first hand lesson in a lyrical ass whoopin. Love is love. – Rah Digga”

Tyler, The Creator fires back at critics: “This Is Not 94 N***a, Grow Up, It Is 2012″

Tyler, The Creator has never concealed his dislike for traditional hip-hop and its elitist crowd. Littered throughout the internet, it won’t take you long to find a quote or a clip of the Odd Future frontman swatting away comprarisons with Wu-Tang Clan or diminishing Illmatic‘s transcendent legacy. Apparently, he only made the “Yonkers” beat as a piss-take of ’90s East Coast hip-hop.

The Golf Wang rapper is on the end of his fair share of criticism, though. It’ll take you an even shorter amount of time to stumble across another rapper’s discontent for his music, a harsh, often close-minded album review or a YouTuber who believes their bitter opinion actually counts for something (read: keyboard warrior).

“Opinions are like assholes, everyone’s got one” is the saying, in which case Tyler pulled a moonie recently by venting his thoughts via his Twitter account. He shared these words:

(It’s not known if this was a response to former Flipmode Squad member Rah Digga‘s diss track aimed at the OFWGKTA member but we are sure it will be revealed soon enough.)

I hope the cut is short enough this time, mod. : )
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