Yung Miami tells Hazel-E “I will beat you hoes to death” in response to diss track

Hazel-E has beef with City Girls, and Yung Miami won’t have a bar of it.

May 22, 2019

Love & Hip-Hop star Hazel-E has fired shots at City Girls and their label Quality Control on a new diss track, "Add It Up." Over a watery trap beat, Hazel fires vaguely accusatory-slash-miscellaneous rhymes at the pair: “I been actin’ up / y’all just follow the leader […] No cameras, no flashes, no applause / Joanne, the real scammer, all fraud” and so on. Listen to the track above.


Hazel seems to be taking issue with the fact that she has a song called “Actin’ Up” and City Girls have a song called “Act Up,” as well as the fact that Lil Yachty claims he wrote most of “Act Up.” Hazel also feels City Girls stole the title of their record Girl Code from her 'Girl Code Movement'. The cover art for “Add It Up” features Hazel as a new mother in a hospital with Lil Yachty as a midwife and City Girls as Hazel’s new babies — a nice clean, simple metaphor for this definitely justified beef.

In response to the track — and Love & Hip-Hop star Joseline’s comment saying the song was “hard” — City Girls’ Yung Miami posted an iPhone notes screenshot to Instagram saying “Y’all hoes want attention now y’all got it! On my son I will beat either one of you hoes to death just cause bitches throw drinks and pull hair cross tables on TV don’t do shit to me!”

The note has now been deleted, but was captured by The Shade Room — which, y’know, God bless The Shade Room — and is viewable below. G Herbo, for his money, thinks Hazel’s track is “weak as hell.”

Yung Miami tells Hazel-E “I will beat you hoes to death” in response to diss track