Things are already heating up a day after Tekashi 6ix9ine took over the internet. For some reason, this is all his fault. Renowned Instagram model Natalie Nunn found her Live feed bombarded with claims from her audience that retired rapper-turned-podcaster Joe Budden allegedly spoke foul on her name.
Watch: Natalie Nunn goes OFF on Joe Budden
Natalie Nunn has amassed a large following on Instagram for her raunchy pictures and videos but women in particular tune into her content offerings for secrets on how she snatches that waist and keeps her face so smooth.
On Saturday, Nunn was in the middle of an online masterclass when viewers informed her that her name was mentioned in the latest episode of The Joe Budden Podcast.
People claimed that Budden had criticised Nunn for tuning into the spectacle 6ix9ine held on his IG Live on Friday. At least two million people were tuned in to the troll’s return to social media.
However, fans of the IG model claim Budden took a disliking to the fact that Nunn was in support of somebody considered in Hip-Hop culture as a ‘snitch’ (confidential informant).
This is a snippet of the rant Nunn went on after she was tipped off about this
What did Budden really say?
Episode 343 of the Joe Budden Podcast was mainly about the recent developments that sprung out of 50 Cent’s new book Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter.
However, the events surrounding 6ix9ine were so huge, they could not ignore them. So, Budden and his bandmates, Mal, Rory and Parks, gave their thoughts on the rainbow-haired snitch’s historic, record-breaking IG Live and with respect to Nunn, Budden said:
“I chimed in there for a quick second and I wasn’t looking at him (6ix9ine) or the numbers. I was looking at the comments [to] see which one of you n***as was being nasty and I saw the same nastiness — Natalie Nunn. I saw Natalie Nunn in there giving it up! Nasty ass Nat!” he screamed.
This, Nunn did not take lightly. the IG model has since threatened to send her husband after Budden to teach him a lesson about speaking on other women.
At the time of publishing this article, no reaction was received from Budden and his team.