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“We’re 1000% fans. We love her, we actually reached out to see if she to perform with me at the Grammys,” told ET on the red carpet before the awards ceremony, referring to himself and his daughter, who is a big fan of the Nickelodeon star. “But I heard she’s somewhere working on a project of her own.” 

DaBaby continued: “She’s somewhere filming something, though, but I definitely reached out.” 

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Following the release of the track, DaBaby was hit with a barrage of backlash on social media. The rapper had to clarify that the line wasn’t meant to be taken as a diss and rather a play on words. “I love Twitter bruh,” he tweeted as he and Siwa began trending before he poked fun at using “Siwa” as a way of saying “see why.”   

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The “Masterpiece” crooner went as far as to tweet directly to Siwa to clear up any confusion. “@itsjojosiwa my 3 year old princess is your number 1 fan. I bought her every product you have out. She think she you,” he wrote.  

“Don’t let ‘em trick you into thinking I’d ever have a problem with you. My word play just went over their heads,” DaBaby concluded. “All love on my end shawty, Keep shining!” 



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