Moneybagg Yo drops 'Said Sum' remix featuring City Girls and DaBaby, fans 'trash' it for not featuring Mulatto

Fans of the rapper weren't happy with the remix as many believed that the new version will feature the 'B**ch from da Souf' rapper Mulatto


                            Moneybagg Yo drops 'Said Sum' remix featuring City Girls and DaBaby, fans 'trash' it for not featuring Mulatto
Moneybagg Yo and Mulatto (Getty Images)

Rapper Moneybagg Yo just released a brand new remix of his hit single 'Said Sum'. The new version of the song, which features City Girls and DaBaby, was announced by the rapper on his official Instagram with the caption, "This Bih outta Here."



 

Fans of the rapper weren't happy with the remix as many believed that the new version will feature the 'B**ch from da Souf' rapper Mulatto. One fan, talking about her disappointment about Mullato not being featured, said, "Moneybagg Yo TRIPPED! He f**ked up 'said sum' he should’ve put Mulatto & lil Baby on that h*e. Now the song TRASHHHHH," while another fan said, "Why wasn’t Mulatto on the Said Sum remix?? @MoneyBaggYo your trash for that."



 

 



 

Similar sentiments were shared by other fans as well. One fan, seemingly angry at the new remix, wrote, "I jus wanna say the said sum remix won’t be played round me. I wanted Mulatto & Lil Baby but I thought a n***a who booked the wrong features said sum," while another, criticizing the remix, added, "'Said Sum' remix wasn’t good fr. He should’ve got Mulatto or Meg & wtf he get Da Baby he should’ve got Lil Baby if anything then why he keep his verse the same. For the first time MoneyBagg Yo disappointed me."



 

 



 

Mullato was clearly the number one choice for the remix as another rap enthusiast tweeted, "Omg Mulatto & da baby really would’ve f****d that song up, the song some s**t," while a different angry fan added, "that said something remix straight TRASH! megan or mulatto would have definitely ate that shit up hard no for me."



 

 



 

The original version of 'Said Sum' was released back in June by the Memphis rapper who, in May, released the deluxe edition of his third studio album 'Time Served'. The deluxe version consisted of seven new tracks and featured rappers Lil Baby, Rylo Rodriguez, Big Homiee G and Big 30 while the original version of 'Time Served' featured Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby, Future, Blac Youngsta, Summer Walker, Lil Baby and Fredo Bang.

Moneybagg also revealed that he's going to drop a new project with fellow rapper Blac Youngsta titled 'Code Red' on Friday, September 18.

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