Mulatto clapped back at Twitter criticism regarding her accepting live appearance bookings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After her name was mentioned as a “D-list celebrity” having to take gigs to make money, the RCA Records artist responded by proudly defending her decision on Monday (August 24).
“Yeah hoe ask what it took to get me out the house too!” she wrote. “I’m 21 & I take care of my whole family we sending money to 5 different states fuck yeah im still collecting mines.”
Yeah hoe ask what it took to get me out the house too! I’m 21 & I take care of my whole family we sending money to 5 different states fuck yeah im still collecting mines https://t.co/7juWrd6YE6
— BIG LATTO 🎰 (@mulatto) August 24, 2020
Mulatto’s post was in response to a tweet by Affinity Magazine’s Evelyn Woodsen, who was reacting to a comment made by Twitter user @jsanchezcomedy.
He originally wrote, “These ‘celebrities’ must need a stimulus check too otherwise they wouldn’t still be doing paid club appearances during a pandemic.”
Woodsen opined, “I think they’re struggling cause concerts and appearance is how the D list celebrities make money. Just saw Mulatto and Money Bag at a whole concert.. during a pandemic smh.”
Mulatto is coming off the release of her major label debut Queen Of Da Souf, which dropped on August 21. The 13-track LP featured collaborations with 21 Savage, City Girls, Gucci Mane, Saweetie, Trina and 42 Dugg.
Stream Mulatto’s album below.