In the midst of her conflict with Ghana’s Big Ivy, Mummy Dolarz, a self-described rap queen, has retracted her statements.
The online star who has been feuding with Big Ivy for a while made a pledge not to respond to Big Ivy’s new song Poison Ivy a few days ago.
Instead of having them compete in a “cut-and-paste” rap battle, Mummy Dolarz said she would prefer they face off on stage and have a real audience judge.
On Thursday, August 18, Mummy Dolarz, in a novel move, unveiled a brand-new single.
The Nigerian singer claimed in the song “Prodigal Daughter” that Big Ivy was on a lower level than she was and offered to instruct her just like a schoolgirl.
This comes after Big Ivy released her song Poison Ivy almost two weeks ago.
In the song, which serves as a retort to Big Ivy, Mummy Dolarz of Nigeria pokes fun at other people.
Lines like “I’m a Ghana woman with power, something you can’t relate to. Shout out to NEPA, you go blackout. This battle you go back out,” has gotten her a lot of applause.
Many online users are grateful that Big Ivy does not insult or body shaming, as Mummy Dolarz allegedly did in her earlier songs.
“Mama Naira I am the Kuwait dinar, highest, coming up against me means you go fall, like my first name tiwa, men I’m a savage. When it comes to beef, I be like Shatta you go crawl,” she raps.
MOTHERS RAP BATTLE:
Who said Mama Dollars of Nigeria 🇳🇬 won’t Reply??
She has Finally replied Big Ivy 🇬🇭 😂😂😂
But The Question is, Is this Really the Reply or just a Teaser?? 😹😹😹 pic.twitter.com/gwqs5JzwhW
— Shadrack Amonoo Crabe (HumbleGangsta👁🗨) (@Gedio10) August 18, 2022