Coi Leray rejects ‘female rapper’ label

Rising hip-hop star Coi Leray does not like anyone defining who she is. The daughter of rap veteran Benzino has built a huge following while distancing herself from her famous father, and recently made it known that she doesn’t want the “female rapper” label.


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Coi Leray doesn’t consider herself a ‘female rapper’

“No More Parties” hitmaker Coi Leray is one of the hottest rookies in the rap game, but she doesn’t even label herself a rapper. She went to Twitter to let the world know what she’d prefer to be called.

“I’m not a female rapper. I’m a artist. Leave that rap competition sh*t for the rappers. I just want to make good music and have a good time.”

Tori Brixx has the biggest crush on Coi Leray

Vixen Tori Brixx is done playing games. The hip-hop model and baby mother of rap heavyweight Rich The Kid has come clean on how she feels about Coi Leray.

“Just be my girl already ??‍♀️??”

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Tori Brixx has the biggest crush on Coi Leray.

Coi Leray Makes Up W/ Her Father

Earlier this year, Coi tweeted out she was okay with her dad and fellow hip-hop artist Benzino. The rising star gave major love to her family with some song lyrics in another tweet as well.

“I love my dad forever and always. … I do this for my family, they don’t understand me, no n*ggas around me , they don’t understand me I do this for my crew they don’t understand I do this sh*t for you they don’t understand”

Coi Leray’s Talent Shines Above Her Social Media Fame

Coi Leray is making a name for herself outside of any drama with her famous father. The “Big Purr” hitmaker was recently crowned Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Rookie of the Month.

Before her two breakout singles dropped, Coi gained fame on social media through platforms like TikTok and Instagram. Then she made headlines during a public family feud with her rap veteran dad.

“A lot of people have been reaching out to me and saying they want to collab. That’s the big difference now — I’m getting known for my music and not for just content or any little Instagram video.”