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THE WORD | Is Having A Only Fans Account Something to be ashamed Of? Young Chop and Sukihana beef via social media

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THE WORD | Is Having A Only Fans Account Something to be ashamed Of? Young Chop and Sukihana beef via social media

With everyone quarantined at home, social media has been buzzing with drama! Providing most of this “entertainment” has been initiated by rapper Young Chop. The Chicago artist who’s famously known for producing rap classics like “I Don’t Like” and “Love Sosa,” has been involved in several social media disputes this month alone. His list of criticizers includes artists Kevin Gates, Meek Mill, Justin Bieber, 21 Savage, and SouthSide. And after arguing online, for two days straight, with Miami rapper Sukihana, she’s the newest addition on Young Chop’s diss list.

The two shared words after Young Chop messaged Sukihana via Instagram, claiming to love her and stating that he “wrote a song for her.” The private message, which was later posted and deleted by Sukihana, erupted a two-day-long roasting session between the two.


After being publicly turned down and arguing, via comments, posts, and Instagram live, Young Chop, proceeded to post Sukihana’s OnlyFans account. This not only fueled her fire but also created the question, should she be ashamed? While most OnlyFans accounts consist of users selling nudes, porn, fetishes, etc. Some use their accounts to sell other services/products. Was Young Chop’s jab towards Sukihana’s OnlyFans account made solely out of anger, or is having an OnlyFans account acceptable in today’s world? Should she be ashamed?

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