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Boity Responds To Social Media Criticizing Her Weight Gain

Boity Responds To Social Media Criticizing Her Weight Gain. Boity’s 2021 has been going exceptionally well so far. The rapper and entrepreneur launched her very own alcohol brand, BT Signature that took over social media on the day of it’s release. She is simultaneously pushing her music, having recently released the remix of her single 018’s Finest featuring 25K, William KRM, Towdee Mac and DJ Venom.

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The SAMA nominated rapper recently took to Twitter to respond to critics who are weighing in on her weight gain. Tweeps have tweeted all sorts of things about her weight, including comparing old photos of her with newer ones. Fans of hers have reassured her that there is nothing wrong with gaining weight.

In her tweet she asked tweeps to leave her weight gain alone. She wrote, “Bathong lona? Leave my weight gain alone. It happens.

When a fan responded to her tweet saying that it happens because of money, she added “and happiness!“. In her follow up tweet she wrote that there is certainly nothing wrong with it as long as she’s happy and making money!

As long as I’m happy and making that paper, Akere bo lovey?

Boity has been on a roll lately, and is bagging deal after deal lately. Both her perfume and hair care products have taken off well and she recently bagged an exciting collaboration with Kotex where she’ll be making a song with different lyricists. She recently bagged her first SAMA nomination for Best Hip Hop album for her project 4436. She is nominated alongside Nadia Nakai, Yanga Chief, Zakwe & Duncan, and Nasty C for Zulu Man With Some Power.

She hasn’t mentioned if she plans to release more music in 2021 or if she’ll be featured on upcoming music from other artists.

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