On Saturday (October 26), the Mysonne criticized the Cleveland artist on Instagram and said that “it’s a lot to unpack here.”
“Shoutout to this brother man,” the Bronx rapper began. “Obviously, he is a product of his environment, and he is a product of what’s wrong. You can’t expect him to do something that he never seen or had done from him. Unfortunately, like he said, where he’s from, and his quote, unquote, OG’s, or whoever was around him allowed stupid shit.”
He continued: “We normalize dumb shit when we around older people who foster that same mentality. So this individual here can’t save that young king. He don’t understand that he not helping him by giving him some money with ignorance. Cause we see these young rappers die everyday. They get killed, and shot everyday because the mentality ain’t changed.
“So, if you not taking that young king, and you not teaching him, and you not raising him, and you not giving him some jewels that’s going to save his life, I don’t care how much money you give him. We watch, everyday, these young rappers get out the hood, get a million dollars, get this, get fame, and then they get smoked. You know why? Because you ain’t giving him life skills. You ain’t giving him real jewels that’s gon’ change his life.”
Mysonne then said that Doe Boy needs to sit down with some individuals who have “some level of intellect” so they can help him out.
Everything began when Doe Boy took to Instagram this week to set the record straight on how he’s attempting to steer Lil RT in the right direction by collaborating with him on wax amid a ton of backlash.
“I been seeing all the goddamn comments, and all the little posts, and the little tweets and all that shit, just hating on the lil’ n-gga,” Doe Boy said. “That shit lame as hell to me. At the end of the day, he nine years old. Think about, I don’t know, I don’t know if you from where we from, but from where I’m from, goddamn, that’s a regular little n-gga in the hood.
“All our young n-ggas act like that. They run around cussing, bad as fuck. So it’s like, that shit just not really nothing too crazy. So it’s like shit, at least he tryna do something positive though.”
He continued: “Him rapping is gon’ change his life. It’s gon’ change is life and make his life good so he don’t have to grow — ’cause in a couple of years, if his life don’t change, that lil’ n-gga gon’ be thuggin, cause he already thuggin!
“But that lil n-gga gon’ be thuggin if he don’t get it out, so hell yeah I’m finna help that lil’ n-gga get the check. I don’t give a fuck who got something to say about it. Fuck ya, suck my dick, bitch.”
Doe Boy and Lil RT’s single “60 Miles 2” was released on Wednesday (October 25). The lyrics that the nine-year-old raps have been criticized as being extremely inappropriate for someone his age, but that hasn’t stopped Doe Boy from expressing that he wants to work with the child again.