6 Female YouTube Stars Who Got Their Very Own RiceGum Diss Track
You know you’re pretty famous if you get your own diss track from the Master himself, RiceGum. Some people like Team 10‘s own Tessa Brooks got a line in the “Its EveryNight Sis” tune (“Tessa’s hideous,” he rapped) in response to team leader Jake Paul‘s “It’s Everyday Bro” video, but only a select few get the ~honor~ of having an entire jam dedicated entirely to them.
While not everyone has their own diss track, basically no one is safe from the 20-year-old’s wrath. It doesn’t matter if you’re a YouTuber, or a musical.ly star, a guy, or a girl — RiceGum thinks everyone is fair game. If we rounded up all the stars that have been dissed by RG, the below list would’ve gone on, like, for-eh-ver. Instead, we narrowed it down to the famous females who got whole tunes dedicated to bringing them down. #GOALS *rolls eyes*
Gabbie Hanna (a.k.a. The Gabbie Show)
"Made it seem like I beat her a** // I ain't lay a finger on that b*tch at all // I thought she was high up, but the thing she doin' is really low // This thot made a lie up, so f*ck her and her sh*tty show."
Vlogger Gabbie Hanna accused RiceGum of physically assaulting her at a party back in March. The male YouTuber denied the claims, and the two have been battling it out via YT videos (as YouTubers will) ever since.
RG continued, "Now she claiming that I scratched her up // That I beat her a** and I pinned her down // All the lies, yeah they getting old, like they been around."
Photo: Instagram (@thegabbieshow)