Dreezy won’t allow an outsider to come through her stomping grounds and lay a track titled “Chi-Raq.”
Nicki Minaj, a Jamaica Queens native, was the intruder who laid the track with rising Chi Town artist Lil Herb.
Dreezy let it be known her thoughts on the matter in her very remix to the track.
“B*****s silly, coming in my city, when they knowing really they ain’t f*****g with me,” Dreezy raps in an all-out lyrical assault.
She continued her lyrial rampage, rapping, “Dreaming more than Martin Luther King, but in my city I’m the Queen/Timbs on, I’ma stomp a h*e and leave her there with a shoe print/F*ck wrong with these rap b*tches, you can never be the blueprint/I’m here to take my title back cause I can’t take h--- serious/Say it once and I’ll say it twice, I’m the top b*tch and that’s period.”
Dreezy really defended home turf in this one. Give Dreezy’s “Chi-Raq” remix a listen below and also be sure to download her debut mixtape “Schizo” below.
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