Fat Trel recently addressed a long-standing feud with Rah Digga, which dates back to at least 2012 when Rah Digga mentioned Fat Trel and Tyler, the Creator on “The Nigga In Me.” 

“This guy / You barely caught a meal short of fish fry,” Rah Digga raps on the song. “Think of letting this slide / Fat Trel could kiss my global Rap ass / He barely out of D.C., tried to look him up, he ain’t even got a Wiki.”

During a recent interview with Forbez DVD, Trel was asked about Rah Digga’s “The Nigga In Me.”

“I know the game that I’m in,” Fat Trel said. “Things like that happen. I don’t hate on her. I just said that she wasn’t relevant and that nobody I knew or grew up with supported her and that she looks and sounds like a man.”

When her song was released, Rah Digga also provided a statement about why she dissed Fat Trel and Tyler. 

“I got wind of various artists referencing me in a negative fashion,” Digga said. “They poked fun at me I’m just pokin’ back. It’s all sport to me. 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.”

Trel’s recent interview can be found below. 

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