Murray’s comments came during a recent interview with The Art of Dialogue, where he recalled in graphic detail an alleged rendezvouz with the former Disturbing Tha Peace signee in a Miami hotel room.
“Shawnna was in the bed like this [laid seductively], so I walked up on the bed and I was touching her feet, massaging her,” he said. “Then I started massaging her legs, then boom, I start eating her pussy.”
Murray went on to admit that he “never fucked her,” but claimed he “could have had like two or three or four kids by her by now” if he had played his cards right.
In response, Shawnna turned Murray’s claims into fuel for comedy by using them to tease a new remix to her raunchy 2005 hit “Gettin’ Some.” In an Instagram video posted on Thursday (January 5), Murray’s explicit comments are chopped up and played over the beat to her oral sex anthem.
The video ends with a clip of the late Rick James saying: “Cocaine’s a helluva drug” from his appearance on Dave Chappelle’s Chappelle’s Show, insinuating that the Def Squad MC is on drugs.
“@liltunechi bout to drop a GETTIN SOME REMIX!!!!!!! To the remix!!!!!” Shawnna wrote in the caption while tagging Lil Wayne, who appeared on the official “Gettin’ Some” remix alongside Ludacris, Too $hort and Pharrell.
“Stop playing wit me I’m #Chicago[.] Long live RICK JAMES BISH!!!!! @csnappa on the [link] she on site wit it!!! [crying face emojis] hit her up!!”
Shawnna’s video comes after she denied Keith Murray’s claims in her initial response. “If y’all here bc of Keith you can gone back home. I know you leaf heads stick together,” she wrote in an Instagram post. “Goofy bitches I coulda agreed you dumb mf.”
In her caption, she added: “Y’all believe anything. Get help.”
Shawnna isn’t the only female rapper who has been forced to address rumors involving Keith Murray. Foxy Brown was also thrust into the headlines recently after Murray claimed they hooked up while she was in a relationship with Kurupt.
“Me and Foxy Brown, we became intimate friends,” he said in a separate interview with The Art of Dialogue. “In L.A. at the House of Blues, I’m with Def Squad, we rocked the house. This is around the time when she was going with Kurupt; I don’t know if they was married or not.”
He continued: “After the show, we rocked hardcore. We went into the hotel and she gave me hardcore head. And then I ate her pussy, but I never fucked her.”
Murray claimed that he saw Kurupt when they were leaving the hotel, and believed Brown — who he said could “suck a nickle through a straw” — had set him up in an attempt to fan the flames of the East Coast-West Coast rap beef at the time.
“I said, ‘Yo, I see what you trying to do; you’re trying to pin two rappers against each other!'” he added. “So I spun off and went the other way, and she went right to him.”
Foxy Brown clapped back at Murray by taking a shot at his career trajectory. “N-ggaz Ain’t Pop Since I Shot Ya,” she wrote in an Instagram Story, referring to his appearance on LL COOL J’s “I Shot Ya (Remix)” in 1995.