Chicago’s CupcakKe Airs Out The Industry On New 50 Cent-Inspired How To Rob Remix

Chicago rapper CupcakKe is calling out the entire industry. She’s drawn controversy after releasing her newest single, “How to Rob (Remix)”, which is also a nod to a 1999 track from 50 Cent.

CupcakKe Disses Everyone In Rap

In the new song, she goes after a plethora of major rappers. CupcakKe goes after, and even imitates their flow at some points, Cardi B, DaBaby, Lil Baby, 6ix9ine, Lizzo, Offset, all of Migos, Lil Kim Megan Thee Stallion Wiz Khalifa, Sada Baby, Tory Lanez, Young M.A., Doja Cat, Sukihana, Lil Durk, City Girls, Chief Keef, G Herbo, Mulatto, Flo Milli, and DreamDoll.

CupcakKe disses everyone in the rap game.
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The Internet Responds To CupcakKe

Social media has erupted in response to her track. Many are supporting CupcakKe and her words, despite her not being on the same fame level as some of those she called out.

““It’s all love” yall wanna pay attention to every line but what she said at the start, she goes hard leave CupcakKe alone #Cupcakke“

Independent Streaming Numbers

She went online recently to flex her independent streaming numbers. In 2020, CupcakKe amassed over 30 million streams with no major label or support from promoters.

31 million Streams this year alone with no label or album 😯😏

CupcakKe’s NSFW Slip

CupcakKe also recently went to her Instagram with some NFSW action. She let it be known she had a nip slip during a steamy slideshow but didn’t mind.

Slide to see my nip slip lmao 🤪😩🤷🏾‍♀️