Flo Milli floors fans on XXL Freshman Freestyle as Coi Leray dubbed 'delusional' for bragging

Fans compared Flo Milli’s verse to Coi Leray who had claimed a few days ago that she had the best verse at this year’s XXL Freshman Freestyle

                            Flo Milli floors fans on XXL Freshman Freestyle as Coi Leray dubbed 'delusional' for bragging
Flo Milli insane cypher beats Coi Lera's act at XXL Freshman Freestyle (Photos by Paras Griffin/Rich Fury/Getty Images)

The XXL Freshman Class of 2021 includes new and upcoming hip-hop artists like 42 Dugg, Flo Milli, Morray, Pooh Shiesty, Lakeyah, Coi Leray, Toosii, Blxst, Rubi Rose, Iann Dior and DDG among others. While Leray got brutally slammed for her freestyle a few days ago, the Internet showered their unconditional love on Flo Milli for her tight lyrics on the XXL Freshman Freestyle cypher.

Flo Milli dropped a sick verse as hip-hop fans took to Twitter to speak about the same. They also compared her verse to Coi Leray who had claimed a few days ago that she had the best verse at this year’s XXL Freshman Freestyle despite not even listening to other artists. Leray had faced heat for twerking at the end of her freestyle when she could no longer rhyme. Speaking of Milli, she was soon trending on Twitter as many were left baffled over why she wasn't as famous as Leray. Milli was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards.

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Flo Milli on XXL Freshman Freestyle

While rapper Rubi Rose also bagged appreciation from the Internet, Flo Milli clearly took the cake with her lyrical verse on the XXL Freshman Freestyle. All the rappers dropped their respective verses on a beat crafted by Nick Mira and Paryo. With her chipper pace, Milli rapped, “He finna treat me right ’cause I’m a lady, but I got him f**king me like I’m a ho/It ain’t nobody who do it like Milli/It ain’t nobody who hotter than Flo.” The latest freshman cypher is the 14th XXL Freshman Class. It first started way back in 2007 but skipped a year before returning in 2009. Notable Freshman Class alumni include Kid Cudi (2009), J. Cole (2010), Future (2012), Travis Scott (2013), Chance the Rapper (2014) and Megan Thee Stallion (2019).

Speaking of Milli, the Alabama native’s real name is Tamia Monique Carter who began making and releasing music in 2015.  The 21-year-old emcee is best known for her viral hit singles like ‘Beef FloMix’ and ‘In The Party’. She is currently signed with RCA Records.  Milli had dropped her debut mixtape, ‘Ho, Why Is You Here?’ in July 2020.




‘Coi running a race for last’

Social media users rushed to Twitter as soon as they heard Flo Milli going lyrically insane on her verse as they also slammed Coi Leray for claiming she had the best verse. One user stated, “Coi Leray thinking she had the best XXL freestyle is delusional.. Lakeyah, Flo Milli, Rubi Rose.? Like did she not hear? Coi said she’s an entertainer not a rapper so why was she in it anyways.” Another shared, “I just went and listened to the xxl cypher and all this braggin @coi_leray did. Wtf did she even say. @itslakeyah and @_FloMilli both Fire I love them. Female Goat fasho!”
The next one posted, “I’m not sure what Coi Leray was talking about but Flo Milli did her big one for XXL.” One user tweeted, “Flo Milli XXL verse gon be so iconic in sum years yall just sleep rn.” Meanwhile, one noted, “The only female rappers with a good xxl freestyle this year was flo milli and lakeyah.” One individual observed, “Flo Milli ate and Coi Leray said she had the best XXL freestyle”, whereas, one added, “I’ve never listened to a Flo Milli song a day in my life but I just watched the XXL freshman cypher and her shit was tough.” One fan posted, “The fact that coi leray is more successful than flo milli is baffling, after watching that performance” while another concluded, “Flo Milli and Lakeyah got the hardest freestyles currently. Rubi is staying afloat. 42 and Coi running a race for last.”