Meth spoke about Big Glo during an interview with HipHopDX on the red carpet of this year’s Grammy Awards, after being asked what new artist he was listening to at the time.
“I don’t really listen to much [of] today’s music. But right now, who’s relevant in my household? Who they playing in my house? Glo,” he said, admitting that “F.N.F” was the anthem of his household.
He went on to say that he in fact met GlorRilla and said she seemed unaware of who the legendary rapper was at the time. Regardless, Meth said she was very kind. “That speaks volumes to her character. Love her,” Meth added.
GloRilla took to her Instagram Stories this week to respond to Meth’s love, saying she “definitely” knew who the New York rhymer was and said she was a “big fan” of his music.
“@methodmanofficial I most definitely know who you was lol big fan,” Glo wrote on IG.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) May 3, 2023
The comments come shortly after GloRilla declared April 29 to be “National ‘FNF’ Day” in order to celebrate the one-year anniversary of her breakout track.
“FNF anniversary tomorrow,” she wrote on Twitter. “The day that changed my life.”
In a second post, she added, “Tomorrow national FNF day which means hopping out at red lights all tomorrow. let’s goooooo!”
The Hitkidd-produced “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” went viral on TikTok before peaking at No. 42 on the Billboard Hot 100. The track has since been certified gold and even scored a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance.
Method Man isn’t the only legendary rapper praising GloRilla, Nas also name-dropped her on his album King’s Disease III‘s closing bonus cut “Til My Last Breath.”
“I’m applying pressure, I see why she prеssed (Why she pressed)/ When she with me she GloRilla, FNF (FNF)/N-A-S, I’m steppin’ ’til my last breath (My last breath, yeah).”