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Larray Shaded Some Controversial Internet Stars in His Diss Track, “Canceled”

When somebody blows up in fame on TikTok, a preferred subsequent profession transfer is to launch a music — and diss tracks are a simple solution to go viral, begin feuds amongst different influencers, and to divide followers.

Larray is the most recent social media star to place out a controversial observe. He put out the music “Canceled” on Oct. 18, 2020, and it amassed greater than 5 million views throughout the first day of its launch. He additionally did not shrink back from beginning drama. 

The lyrics name out the likes of Jeffree Star, Bryce Corridor, and James Charles for continually getting concerned in controversy, and the music video featured Noah Beck, the Dolan Twins, Addison Rae, and Bryce himself, amongst different prime stars on the social media platform. 

Preserve studying for the breakdown on the “Canceled” lyrics, and what the Tony Lopez half means. 

These are essentially the most notable Larray “Canceled” lyrics.

Whereas Bryce Corridor and Josh Richards’ diss music “Nonetheless Softish” simply referred to as out Chase Hudson, Larray didn’t maintain again when it got here to shading his fellow web celebrities within the tongue in cheek observe. 

The music video for the music takes place in a highschool classroom, and it opens with a trainer explaining what it means for somebody to get canceled on-line. 

After she discusses that the category helps BTS and that Jeffree Star and Bryce Corridor are canceled, Larray enters the room.

“I simply wish to apologize prematurely for this / Um, I’m so sorry that you must hear this,” he says initially of the music.

The primary particular person he calls out is Bryce Corridor, who he calls smelly. 

“B—h, I solely know his identify as a result of Addison Rae gave him fame,” Larray raps, whereas he exhibits a whiteboard that claims “Sway sucks,” (which is in reference to the TikTok collective, Sway Home).

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James Charles, Addison Rae, and Larray

His subsequent goal is make-up guru James Charles. 

“Now transferring on to sister / I feel I am ’bout to diss her / {That a}– is wanting thicker, however her brow getting larger,”

Within the subsequent lyric, Larray references Jeffree Star’s n-word controversy. 

“Oh, and Jeffree Star says n—a” Larray says, earlier than transferring on to Noah Beck. “Up subsequent is that this boy named Noah, Mr. Thick Neck b—h,” he raps earlier than referencing his relationship with Dixie D’Amelio, and her ex, Griffin Johnson.

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“Ain’t no one know her / Now I see why Dixie selected him / He hit completely different, ‘trigger he obtained a much bigger peter ain’t that proper, Griffey?”

Larray goes on to debate Nikita Dragun’s blackface controversy, including, “Nikita wish to be the identical shade as Lupita [Nyong’o].” 

In a while within the music, Larray sang that Tana Mongeau “will get canceled each 5 to seven enterprise days,” and he referred to Shane Dawson’s previous tweets about sexually assaulting his cat. 

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Larray and Charli D’Amelio.

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He additionally pokes enjoyable at Bryce and Josh’s diss observe, how Charli’s exit from the Hype Home ruined the group, and the way the Dolan Twins are faux for unfollowing him on social media. 

Larray additionally referenced “the Tony Lopez case.”

One “Canceled” lyric that’s getting quite a lot of consideration on-line is Larray’s feedback about his fellow Hype Home member, Tony Lopez.

“Tony locked up for tryna bag a señorita,” Larray raps within the first verse about Tony. A number of seconds later, he brings up Tony’s identify once more. 

“This ain’t a race Tony Lopez caught a case b—h!” he says, which is with regard to Tony Lopez’s texting scandal.

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In August of 2020, the TikTok star was accused of sending sexually specific messages to a 15-year-old by way of Instagram direct messages and Snapchat. 

He later issued an apology on Twitter. 

“Hey guys, I wish to take a minute to handle the latest accusations which have been made in opposition to me. I’m not happy with my previous decisions and actions I’ve made, and I’m really dissatisfied in myself for them,” he wrote initially of his apology. 

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“I’m nonetheless new to leisure/L.A. scene, and I’m rapidly studying that you could’t imagine all the things that you’re advised. As soon as I discovered the reality, I instantly stopped,” he continued. “I do know these actions should not taken frivolously and had been extraordinarily irresponsible of me. As a younger man, I’ll maintain myself chargeable for this error, slightly than run from it. I’ll be taught from it, to assist higher educate myself for now and the longer term. I promise I’ll make higher, well-informed choices.”

Whereas a few of the figures referenced in “Canceled” have commented on the music (and others like Bryce, Josh Richards, and James Charles appeared within the video), Tony has not up to date his Twitter account since September of 2020. 

You’ll be able to watch the “Canceled” music video beneath!

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