Kash Doll slams trolls for labeling baby's name 'ghetto': 'Let me be ghetto in peace'
Kash Doll, the rapper who gave us 'Ice Me Out', has lashed out at Internet trolls who criticized and laughed at the name she has picked for her first baby. The pregnant rapper showed her frustration after she came live on Instagram.
The 32-year-old rapper used her social media following and went live to call out the trollers and haters who have been criticizing her baby's name. In the live, she talked to the critics while she was stacking her child's clothes.
The pregnant rapper, whose real name is Arkeisha Antoinette Knight, earlier revealed that she is planning to name her child Kashton Prophet Knight Richardson. However, her happiness and excitement was ruined by trolls their hatred. The trolls said that the name was very 'ghetto'. While Kash Doll was dressed in an animal-print robe, she informed her followers, "If whatever it is ghetto, so what? I'm ghetto. I'm from the hood. Let me be ghetto in peace."
She also lashed out clearing the rumors about her delivery. There have been rumors on the internet stating that she has delivered her baby. She said, "And no, I did not give birth. I don't know why that's trending. I'm still pregnant." She added, "Stop everything about the baby to talk. He is not even here yet. You all don't know I really was going to smack the f**k out of you all, I swear to god." She said that she is finding it crazy how people are so obsessed with someone else's child.
She added, "I had to get that off my chest because I'm so tired. I'm so tired. You all always have something, you all pretty much find something to talk about. Shut up if you do not have nothing nice to say about someone else's child. Don't say nothing."
She also pinned one of the supportive messages from her fans, who wrote, "That is why celebrities hide their children right after birth and people be complaining still."
In September, Kash Doll announced the news of her pregnancy with her boyfriend, Tracy T. She also shared a clip of her ultrasound and wrote, "Look he bad already this was at 3 months y'all. This is how I knew he was a boy."