Latto Denies Throwing Shade At Ice Spice On Her New Single, “Sunday Service”

Latto has categorically refuted any suggestion that her recent hit, “Sunday Service,” is a diss tune directed towards Ice Spice, despite what some fans may have heard. The representative from ClayCo, Georgia responded to Elliott Wilson’s criticism of her new song on X, formerly Twitter, on Friday, February 9.

Latto responded to the seasoned journalist who called “Sunday Service” a tune full of “mid” disses.

Latto Denies Throwing Shade At Ice Spice On Her New Single, &Quot;Sunday Service&Quot;, Yours Truly, News, April 22, 2024

The denial is reminiscent of the Nicki Minaj-Megan Thee Stallion “Big Foot” debate, where the former denied that the release was a diss track when it was obviously not, despite her strong tone. But Wilson isn’t the only business insider who thinks “Sunday Service” is directed at the “Munch” rapper.

The artwork for the tune, which was released on Monday (February 5), depicts the “Big Energy” rapper in front of a wall of female rappers. Every person on the cover, including Latto, has their eyes crossed out with a black line.

The notable feature of Ice Spice may be observed in the upper left corner. There are more stars on the cover, such as Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Kim, Missy Elliott, Sexyy Red, and GloRilla, but the significance of the image is still somewhat unclear.

As suspected by listeners, Ice Spice recently acknowledged that her most recent song, “Think U The Shit (Fart),” was directed towards Latto.

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