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Lil Wayne’s daughter Reginae Carter doesn’t play when it comes to her father.

The actress and former Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta star is known for going off on social media regarding her dad, rapper Lil Wayne.

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Today (Mar. 4), Carter addressed “new lil rappers” on Instagram, and stated that they need to start giving Wayne his props and respect the GOAT (greatest of all time). She went on to accuse an unnamed rapper for sounding like her dad.

“Don’t tell me to stay out of it because that’s my father and you mfs don’t give him his credit and it’s a shame. This n****whole album sound like my daddy old s***. Ghfoh,” Carter wrote.

Read the entire post below.

Hip-Hop blogger and entrepreneur Karen Civil, reality TV star Masika Kalysha, Atlanta singer Bahja Rodriguez, and R&B singer Ne-yo’s ex-girlfriend Monyetta Shaw all commented on the post. Civil replied, “Sheep can never speak on GOATS!,” and Kalysha said, “He don’t even know how to blow his nose sis. #cloutchasin”

It’s safe to assume that Carter’s indirect rant was directed towards Florida rapper Kodak Black, who previously had beef with the “Uproar” rapper and recently decided to take shots at him. Kodak Black was recently at LIV Nightclub in Miami when he decided to get on the mic and ask the DJ to turn down the music. He then asked the crowd where was Lil Wayne, which Carter confirmed in her Instagram post that her father wasn’t present at LIV when Kodak Black was. Once the music was turned down, the rapper then said that Lil Wayne should have died when he was a baby.

Lil Wayne has yet to respond.

#PressPlay: Oop! #KodakBlack had some harsh words for #LilWayne while he was partying at club #LIV in Miami ???????? (????: @imchyanne/@nelixsantana)

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In January, Carter and her mother, reality TV star and socialite Toya Wright announced that they both would be quitting Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta due to producers consistently portraying Carter as a “brat”.

Last winter, Carter landed her first acting role in Lifetime’s Pride and Prejudice: Atlanta, which is an updated version of Jane Austen’s classic novel.

*Update*

Today (Mar. 4), Kodak Black responded to Carter via an Instagram live video. “Get off my trail.Me and dude got a whole song together. Then his little bald head daughter like, ya feel me. I f***ed the whole set up and s*** like that, but don’t be coming at me bruh cause when you come at me, I’mma come back…,” he said. “You know what I’m talking about? Ain’t nobody say nothing to that little girl bro… First of all, ain’t nobody say nothing to yo daddy…”

Check the video out below.

#PressPlay: #KodakBlack clears some things up about that #LilWayne situation ???????? #Reginae (See previous tea)

130.8k Likes, 29.9k Comments - The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Instagram: "#PressPlay: #KodakBlack clears some things up about that #LilWayne situation ???????? #Reginae (See..."

Carter’s mom, Toya Wright also responded by stepping into The Shade Room. She commented on the blog site’s Instagram post about Kodak’s response and wrote, “Boy F*** you.”

#Toya stepped in #TheShaderoom to give #KodakBlack a few words! Y'all know she don't play about her kids ???????????? (View previous posts)

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*Update*

Kodak Black jumped into the Shade Room to reply to Wright. He said, “If I ain’t have no girlfriend I’ll f*** da s*** out yo fine a**.”

#Wayment-#KodakBlack stepped into #TheShadeRoom and added #ToyaWright to his wishlist ???? (See previous post)

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Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.