Who is Big Jade? Rapper says Offset asked her to get plastic surgery if she wanted to sign with him
Big Jade, a rapper who hails from Beaumont, Texas, reportedly refused to sign with Offset after she was asked to get plastic surgery done
An upcoming rap artist from Beaumont, Texas, revealed in an interview that she refused to sign with Offset's record label because of one clause that went against her core values. The rapper stated that "Offset wanted me to get my body done."
Offset who is married to rapper Cardi B is quite familiar with artists going under the knife. Cardi B herself has been very open about surgeries that she had undergone. However, this young and upcoming rapper chose not to sign this deal because "it's not what she's pushing".
Who is Big Jade?
This virtual interview's video was apparently shared online and in this interview, the rapper who goes by the stage name Big Jade said that she turned down the lucrative deal with Offset's record label because of just that one cause. In the interview, Big Jade also expressed her concern about how artists, especially female rappers' looks are gaining more attention and traction than their music.
She has also refused to go under the knife even if she did not like something about herself. She said, "even if I'm not happy with something in myself, I'm still not gonna do it." She then added, "I still have love for myself. That's what I want to push. I want to show people that they can love themselves."
As of now, there has been no reaction from Offset regarding Big Jade's claim. However, online users have shown support for Big Jade. One user tweeted, "If
@OffsetYRN didn’t get plastic surgery on that FACE, why would Big Jade need her body done??"
Another user said, "Offset was allegedly looking to sign buzzing Texas native Big Jade, but she claims a conversation they had about wanting her to have plastic surgery deterred Jade from signing with the Migos rapper. She ended up signing to Alamo Records 'Good for you Big Jade!'"
Offset was allegedly looking to sign buzzing Texas native Big Jade, but she claims a conversation they had about wanting her to have plastic surgery deterred Jade from signing with the Migos rapper. She ended up signing to Alamo Records "Good for you Big Jade!" 👏👍 pic.twitter.com/UQwC52GIi8— Sumner Bennett (@diamondlass99) May 29, 2021
Another user wrote, "A young female rapper(Big Jade), Refused to sign with rapper Offset after being told to get plastic surgery.Jade admitted she turned down the lucrative deal that clashes with her core value. 'I’m still learning how to love myself. That’s what I want to push.' Along with this, the user also shared the video that had gone viral along with the tweet.
A young female rapper(Big Jade), Refused to sign with rapper Offset after being told to get plastic surgery.Jade admitted she turned down the lucrative deal that clashes with her core value. “I’m still learning how to love myself. That’s what I want to push.” pic.twitter.com/9jmz50BfYS— Beautifulismyblack (@BlackNProud365) May 27, 2021
Meanwhile, Offset's Migos' ‘Culture III’ is set to release on June 11 according to an official announcement made by Migos' record label Quality Control Music. The album will consist of members Quavo, Offset and Takeoff. This is the last part of the 'Culture' series and the popular group is well-known for its hit singles such as ‘Versace', ‘Motorsport’ and ‘Bad and Boujee’. This album is a followup to the successful ‘Culture II’, which was released in 2018. ‘Stir Fry’, ‘Walk It Talk It’ and ‘Narcos' belonged to this album which also debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 Album chart.
The new album was originally expected to release in 2019, however, during a Twitter Q and A, Offset revealed that the release of the album had been pushed to 2020 on the 'Culture' anniversary weekend. ‘Give No Fxk’, which happens to be the album's lead single was released in February 2020 followed by the release of ‘Need It’ in May 2020. After this, however, the album was postponed further due to the coronavirus pandemic.