Next up, Star is called out for his extremely controversial past and his fellow beauty influencer James Charles — who makes a cameo in the video — is called out for posting risqué photos. They’re free you just pay shipping , A post shared by Thomas Petrou (@petroutv) on Aug 11, 2020 at 10:12am PDT.

Hall jokingly commented “unfollowed,” “blocked,” “reported,” and “I hate you.” Mongeau wrote “omg” and Johnson quipped that Larray called out his biggest insecurity. [22][23][24], List of songs that verbally attack another person. And Larray was true to his word. Some of them mentioned in that video are the D’Amelio sisters, Harry Styles, Ariana Grande, Jeffree Star, and James Charles. Send Lyrics. Tati forty and complaining about some vitamins (Grow up). Next, Larray calls out Shane Dawson for the controversy surrounding his comments about his cat, and influencer Tana Mongeau for her on-and-off relationship with Jake Paul and her controversial past, saying she “gets canceled every five to seven business days.”. In the music video, we also see a teacher telling her students about ‘Cultures that are canceled’. That a** is looking thicker but forehead getting bigger. But they all stopped hanging out after James Charles scandal with Tati. Then on the second time Josh Richards was mentioned, Larray also mentions Nessa Barrett by name: Nessa was not in the music video, however. Comments made by KSI on the "What's Good Podcast". By Millennials.

When the teacher asks, ‘Does anybody know about Jeffree Star?’, two sassy students respond with ‘We don’t care’. She further confirmed that it was all a joke. Though it’s a diss track, the song seems to be all in good fun. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Then Larray says he was joking about it but then he gets serious about it. Cause he got a bigger Peter, ain’t that right Griffey? Responds to Neil deGrasse Tyson With Flat Earth Diss Track", https://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/news/zayn-malik-perrie-edwards-romantic-timeline/, "iLOVEFRiDAY's Diss Song "Mia Khalifa" Is Spiking In Popularity Because Of A Viral TikTok Video", "Trippie Redd Teases Apparent 6ix9ine Diss "I Kill People" f/ Chief Keef and Tadoe (UPDATE)", "MGK's "Rap Devil" hits No. Well, these were all the celebrities mentioned in the diss track! A post shared by Dixie D’Amelio ☁️ (@dixiedamelio) on Sep 27, 2020 at 8:07pm PDT.

A post shared by Jake Paul (@jakepaul) on Oct 11, 2020 at 5:43am PDT. This is the best diss track …

A post shared by (@nessabarrett) on Oct 2, 2020 at 2:22pm PDT. Tati Westbrook is mentioned along with James Charles and their major scandal of last year is referenced. Larray even brings up the diss track made by Hall and Josh Richards about Chase Hudson. Other influencers who were not spared from Larray’s diss track include Tony Lopez, Nessa Barrett, Charli D’Amelio, Lil Huddy, Ethan and Grayson Dolan, Nikita Dragun, David Dobrik and Thomas Petrou who makes a cameo in the video. Across two releases: "bitch lasagna" with 255.8M views, and "Bitch Lasagna v1.2" with 33.3M views. Larray is talking about the many controversies surrounding influencer Tana Mongeau that is often canceled on the internet. In it, he plays around different scenarios around different influencers and celebrities. However, void is specially known for one track, which has raked in more than a million views so far- The Jake Paul diss track. Though, Shane Dawson later had to apologize for it: Shane Dawson got a cat, hold on, someone call PETA Featuring a no-holds-barred criticism of Paul's lavish lifestyle and questionable ways, the song tears into his controversial persona. Addison wasn’t exactly dissed on this diss track. The 22-year-old content creator’s diss track slams people in a funny way who were in the news recently including BTS, Tory Lanez, Nessa Barrett and Josh Richard among others. All celebrities Larray came after on his Diss Track ‘Canceled’, Josh Richards’ then-girlfriend Nessa Barrett, A post shared by Tati Westbrook (@glamlifeguru), A post shared by Dixie D’Amelio ☁️ (@dixiedamelio), A post shared by Tony Lopez (@lopez_tony), A post shared by tana mongeau (@tanamongeau), A post shared by charli d’amelio (@charlidamelio), A post shared by DAVID DOBRIK (@daviddobrik).

TikTok star Dixie D’Amelio’s love life is dragged into the diss track next when Larray compares her current boyfriend, Noah Beck, to her ex Griffin Johnson. That’s because most of … The famous sister squad is also mentioned here: E’ and Gray unfollowed me so they got blocked (They’re fake) Released as a response to Ariana Grande's fans about the "Ariana Wannabe" thing, also released as a response to YouTuber SSSniperwolf diss video about her. That is when we see James Charles walk into the classroom with a classic strut: A post shared by Tati Westbrook (@glamlifeguru) on May 5, 2020 at 3:47pm PDT. May 30, 2017 "It's Everyday Bro" Jake Paul feat. You don’t like James, so why the hell did you invite him in? Larray first mentions James Charles in the second verse of the diss track: Now, moving on to sister, I think I’m bout to diss her Larray calls out Hall two more times, referencing his recent promotion of TikTok’s rival app Triller and calling him out for losing the “baddest b-tch,” referring to Rae after The Kid Laroi song, “Addison Rae.”. But at the end of the video, Larray shares: Also lowkey, why do I also want to make a diss track on every influencer? Whether it be an unusual take on a show or figuring out which celebrities are still cool for you to follow, it's something that will be worth your while.

Yep! The video had already raked in almost 4 million views until it was apparently claimed by Jake Paul, who had it taken down. T iktoker and YouTuber Larray is here to cancel everyone with his new diss track ‘Canceled’. A post shared by Tony Lopez (@lopez_tony) on Oct 9, 2020 at 12:16pm PDT, This ain’t a race Tony Lopez caught a case (Bitch!). Released as part of the two entertainers' feud, in response to KSI's "On Point". RiceGum's response to assault allegations against him from, The largest feud among those incited by Jake Paul's "It's Everyday Bro.".