Stunna Girl Shoots Back At Critics After They Rose To Ciara’s Defence Against Her

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Stunna Girl called out Ciara after the veteran singer removed her Goodies sampling song off YouTube. But the 25-year-old was met with a ton of criticism, yet she stood firm in her beliefs.

Stunna Girl Upset That Ciara Is Bothered About Her Sample

HipHopDX recalled how Ciara gave birth to her Goodies song under LaFace Records in 2003. The singer mentioned that she was the sole owner of her master’s before launching her Beauty Marks Entertainment.

Stunna Girl worked with YG for her recent song titled Stand Up. Days after the song made it to YouTube, it was brought down. However, the Goodies sampling song remained on other streaming platforms. Still, that single action made Stunna Girl rile up, and she came for Ciara. Via a tweet, she shared:

“I literally hate when producers use samples… These artists be actin like they made the beat it’s so many people that used that beat but Ciara team writing me saying she personally contacted them about me. But anytime I done used a beat that was sampled by a white artist they didn’t give af.”

Fans And Stunna Girl Reacts To The Tongue Lash

It did not take long before some fans trooped to her comment to drum support for the singer. They claimed Stunna Girl had disrespected Ciara with the critique, adding that she lacked business acumen.

One fan added:

“Girl you in them feelings Ms copyright, read the handbook next Time !!! Smh it’s your career not ours, follow the rules Haaaaah.”

Some commenters believed that Ciara was in her right to want to make money off her song. But Stunna Girl was not having any of it. She clamped down on them, saying she was viral and would not listen to “some random people.” The entertainer maintained that she posted the clip for fans who cared about her career, then signed off with “y’all don’t know how these people be moving behind closed doors.”

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