Khia Shades Saweetie Over ‘My Neck, My Back’ Sample Used For Her Debut Single ‘Icy Girl’: ‘I Don’t Think She Did It Any Justice’
Khia recently shared that she isn’t a fan of Saweetie’s sampling of her 2001 hit, “My Neck, My Back.”
During a recent appearance, rapper Khia, 45, spoke on artists who have sampled her well-known track on their own songs.
Although fellow rappers YG and City Girls have sampled the track by Khia for records like “Pop It” and “F*ck That N***a,” the “My Neck, My Back” rapper said that Saweetie’s 2018 break-out single “Icy Girl” was the one that did her tune “no justice.”
While speaking on the remixes of her highest-charting single, Khia said,
“Least favorite would be Saweetie – sweet pea. I don’t like her, I don’t think she did it any justice. I didn’t even like green sweet peas when I was young.”
According to reports, Khia said nothing really stood out about Saweetie’s record. She continued,
“Nobody have gave it justice yet.”
— Rèmi (@remikours) March 25, 2023
Saweetie’s record, “Icy Girl,” arrived as the lead single on her debut EP “High Maintenance” in 2018. The song is a freestyle to “My Neck, My Back” by Khia and reportedly became Saweetie’s claim to fame. Months before her EP dropped, a viral clip of her freestyling to Khia’s record began to circulate online, seemingly taking the rapper’s career to the next level.
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