Mulatto slams Black business owner who accused her of stealing hair, dubs her 'clout chaser' in bizarre Twitter war

'I really didn’t want to do this but how can she say girl that was 2 years ago is she mad or is she dumb or both,' woman who accused Mulatto tweeted


                            Mulatto slams Black business owner who accused her of stealing hair, dubs her 'clout chaser' in bizarre Twitter war
Mulatto (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for Spotify)

Who would've thought that the topic of hair would be enough to bring up a heated exchange between a celebrity and a Twitter user? As weird as that may sound, read below to see what happened in a bizarre online exchange between a woman and rapper Mulatto. 

Mulatto has responded to a woman on her Twitter account on November 20 after being accused of stealing her hair, finally calling her a "clout chaser." The woman, named Deborah Lianiii, Owner of Capelli Amore Hair, shared screenshots of Mulatto stating she received the hair but not tagging it. In her caption for the screenshots, Lianiii wrote, "Mulato legit stole my hair 2 years ago and I’ve just been pim watching her blow up lol now she’s blocked us what a loser had the nerve to say that was 2 years ago like money’s changed in 2 years get the f*ckk outa here silly bitch."

In one of the screenshots, Lianiii had called out the rapper for not responding, not paying for it, and not even promoting it, saying, "you took our hair didn't promote it and if it's a thing that you didn't like it then you should've returned it to do that to a black business that has spent a lot of money on hair for you is a big shame and now you've gotten bigger I doubt you'll care you could have paid for the hair if you wasn't going to promote it." In the screenshots, Mulatto replied, "Girl, that was 2 years ago.”



 

Lianiii then added in another tweet, "I really didn’t want to do this but how can she say girl that was 2 years ago is she mad or is she dumb or both." After Lianiii's post, Mulatto addressed the claims, saying, "2yrs later Im getting 10k a post &STILL woulda tagged/reimbursed u if u approached me different boo..my last hairstylist stole all my wigs when we parted ways &Im still resolving issues today bcus of it..waiting 2yrs for me to “blowup” sounds opportunistic its giving clout chaser." Mulatto then added more tweets. "What y’all fail to realize is I have no problem buying a whole different wig on my own and tagging that girl as if it was hers but u not gone talk to me crazy without knowing the facts first & still expect to get what u wanted.. 2YRS LATER," she said. When a fan asked her directly if she wore the hair, Mulatto responded, "NO! My last hairstylist stole all my wigs when we parted ways!! And I STILL would’ve tagged or just paid for the shit cause it’s out of BOTH of our control!! But approach is everything u gone get what u asking for every time w me! This exactly why I just PAY for all my hair now."



 



 



 



 


However, Mulatto's treatment of the incident has become a subject of debate amongst fans. We'll list the fans in agreement with Lianiii first. "I mean it did happen last year, and she did dm you before going public. You didn’t fulfill your part of the deal. What else did you want her to do," said a Twitter user. One user wrote, "Some people get a following followed by a big head they suddenly think their above everyone and the things sent to them for promo become “free gifts” there entitled to." Another user said, "I fucks with Big Latto, but she was definitely wrong for this. That’s lame af, even though it was 2 years ago, she could have step to the plate and made payment. #rightisright."



 



 



 


Meanwhile, Mulatto fans also had a lot to say. "Very much "clout chaser" vibes," said a fan while another wrote, "Of course she want her wigs or money whatever but why wait 2 years later then you watched her glow up so why say some now that she up that’s why it’s clout chasing vibes fasho." One fan said, "If there is no contract in place. It’s considered “a gift” chalk it up and up your marketing. Make it back lol."



 



 



 



 

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