Erykah Badu: The Witty Retort to Akademiks

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Erykah Badu’s Comedic Counterattack

Erykah Badu, the renowned R&B singer, has responded to Akademiks with a humorous jab following his unflattering remarks about her. This comes years after she humorously teased him.

Akademiks’ Unpleasant Remarks

Akademiks, the host of the Off the Record podcast, unleashed a scornful tirade against Badu earlier this week. The sentencing of Tory Lanez prompted his reaction to 10 years in prison for the July 2020 shooting of Megan Thee Stallion. An Instagram user’s comment urging Badu to “work your magic” against Akademiks, who had previously referred to Badu in a derogatory manner, further fueled his anger.

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Badu’s Clever Rejoinder

In a masterful and amusing comeback, Erykah Badu posted a photo of her Badu P-ssy incense, prominently featuring Jerry the mouse on the packaging. A detailed look reveals the mouse donning a gold chain with the inscription “Livingston,” Akademiks’ given name. The caption triumphantly announced, “Badu P-ssy Just went live!”

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Background Information

Erykah Badu is a prominent figure in the R&B and hip-hop genres, known for her soulful voice and unique style. Listen below:

On the other hand, Akademiks is a controversial media personality and host of the Off the Record podcast.

Tory Lanez’s sentencing has been a significant event in the music industry, sparking various reactions from fans and fellow artists. Megan Thee Stallion, a rising star in hip-hop, has been vocal about the incident, and the case has drawn attention to issues of violence and misogyny within the industry.

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