Latto spars with Nicki Minaj, Coi Leray on 'Put It on Da Floor'

'Let's fight'
Latto, Coi Leray, Nicki Minaj
Photo credit Arturo Holmes/Monica Schipper/Gonzalo Marroquin/ Getty Image

Latto came ready to clear the air and let all of y'all know she's not with the sub-tweeting, she's ready to "put it on da floor!"

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Following her performance at Coachella, Latto dropped her new single, "Put It on Da Floor," full of shade. People are assuming the song is taking shots at Nicki Minaj, stemming from their beef back in October 2022 after Nicki's Billboard, chart-topping, "Super Freaky Girl" was removed from the rap category of the 2023 GRAMMY Award nominations.

This ultimately led to a very heated back and forth between the two artists on Twitter and in February of this year, Latto opened up about her thoughts on their beef, sharing that she was "disappointed" as she has been open about seeing Minaj as an icon and role model.

"It’s difficult navigating through situations like that because there’s a disconnect. I will look at myself as a fan of someone and they will view [me] in a whole different light," she told Billboard. But with bars like, "she thought I would kiss her a**, she must ain't took her meds," it seems Latto is airing out that leftover animosity.

While Nicki Minaj has yet to respond, Latto did ruffle the feathers of another rapper -- Coi Leray.

Latto name dropped the "Players" rapper comparing her to the size of a blunt, "smokin' on that gas, blunt big as Coi Leray," she rapped.

As someone who has received a lot of critiques on her physique, Coi Leray did not hesitate to share how much she didn't like the verse.

In a series of tweets about her name being dragged into the song, Coi tweeted "Let's fight," followed by more posts directly calling out Latto for name dropping and referencing her body shape.

Listen to the song from Latto above.

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