JT slams critics after video of her ripping out fan’s phone goes viral


JT turned warnings into actions and snatched a fan’s phone from her hands for allegedly recording her private conversation. Early Monday morning (September 12), a video of the interaction went viral. Even before the day is over city ​​girls the rapper criticized the critics. Many social media users speculated that the fan should have responded with physical violence. But J.T. made it clear that she didn’t like it.

“Why would she hit ME? to record MY conversation? and play to lose,” JT tweeted. “I thought she was just taking a picture, her flash was on for too long and I noticed it was a VIDEO and reacted, she could react the way she wanted after that.”

In the viral clip, the rapper sits in a club setting surrounded by entourage, security and fans. Yung Miami stood a few feet away. In the video, JT can be seen turning around from behind her and yelling, “Girl, what the f**k…” before snatching out a fan’s phone. She then began clicking and flipping through the man’s phone as he stood off-screen.

“I’m sorry. What did I do? Are you crazy?” replies someone, presumably the owner of the phone.

JT claims no one listened to her words at the event

It is unknown who owns the phone. However, this did not stop netizens from imagining themselves in her place.

One Twitter user (@_justmargo) wrote: “I love you to death JT my sagging sister but I definitely slapped you right on the ground.” JT replied, “Girl, no, you wouldn’t…but k.”

Another Twitter user (@ay_ohkaay) told JT that she could “used [her] words and not [her] Arms.”

“I used my words all night baby,” JT replied. “No one was listening, there were a lot that night. BUT I lived to tweet another day.”

Another user (@thatsjustasia) encouraged violence from the owner of the phone.

@thatsjustasia wrote: “She should have hit you. You don’t pay her bill, is TF wrong with you? Under the heading “fucking out someone’s phone.” All your pets are strange, almost every single one of them.” JT replied, “She should have.”

JT requires people to show the positives of the event

After several tweets about the incident, the artist seems to have grown tired of berating critics. Instead, she encouraged people to also show her positive interactions with fans.

“POST a video where I take people’s phones and make a video wishing them a happy birthday!!! POST selfies I took all night with people,” JT tweeted. Please go to hell, she didn’t respond with anything but an apology because she didn’t expect me to catch her, at least i got her phone back.”

To conclude her responses, the artist retweeted a message that said: “But if anyone ever tries, it’s over.”



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