Scar Lip isn’t one to take mess from online trolls, and she’s been clapping back at “little dick” fans who have a problem with her signature scar on her lip.
As captured by The Neighborhood Talk, the buzzing Bronx rapper took to Instagram Live to push back at the haters that are always asking about her scarred lip, and said the questions were mostly coming from men with “tiny wee-wee’s.”
“What actually happened to your lip?” Scar said while sitting in her car. “What actually happened to that little tiny wee-wee of yours? That’s nothing but a tiny wee-wee of yours. It’s like the n-ggas with the tiny wee-wee’s you fall in love with them, right? or Nah, not really.”
Check out Scar Lip’s video address below:
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The “This Is New York” rapper had previously disclosed to XXL that the scar on her lip derived from her brother attacking her, and said the assault was so bad it busted her lip open and left her with a permanent scar.
“It was a situation where I was going to a football game and my aunt was like you gotta come back at a certain time and I was like ‘alright whatever…’ I came back before I was supposed to be in the house, and then my family is acting like they’re not home.
“They cut off all the lights to make it seem like they wasn’t home. So I’m knocking on their door because mind you, I’m 16, I live with them I don’t got nowhere else to stay. So I’m knocking on the door waiting for them to open the door and that’s when my little sister came downstairs and she said, ‘Oh you can’t come in.'”
She continued, “So I started walking and my brother come outside and he starts asking me for money. I’m like ‘bro I don’t got no money obviously you see I don’t got no money.’ You see the situation I’m in I can’t even get in the crib, and then he started going crazy or whatever and then he punches me. I wake up and there’s like blood pouring all out of my mouth and stuff and I’m just screaming, ‘Can somebody help me?'”
Scar Lip’s star is currently on the rise, and earlier this month she recently received a major co-sign when Snoop Dogg jumped on the remix of her breakout hit, “This Is New York,” renamed “This Is Cali.”
The collaboration came after Scar Lip received praise from fellow Bronx native Cardi B – which left the rising star emotional.