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Dream Hampton has not only angered a good portion of fans with allegations that Nas had a ghostwriter on his Untitled album, but she’s also upset Just Blaze. The super producer was name checked by Hampton as one of the people who she accused of launching “misogynist threats” in her direction, but unfortunately, her anger was misplaced.

“I’m unsurprised that these men have circled around their lie,” she wrote on Tumblr. “I’m unmoved by the misogynist threats I’m receiving in open forums (last night Just Blaze tweeted I should be “bled out”). But I am done.”

Blaze awoke from his slumber likely to find his name running through the Twittersphere, and responded to her claims, taking her to task over not only calling him out, but not knowing the real story. “Yo @dreamhampton wtf?!? I’m pretty sure you don’t follow me. If you did you’d know I quote random 80’s movies all the time,” he wrote.

Hampton has yet to apologize or recant her words, but questioned the general public for paying attention to her post in the midst of bigger issues, like the shooting death of Chavis Carter.

As previously reported, Nas is accused of using of dead prez and Jay Electronica to help him pen the album. Electronica and both denied the claims.  “To me, ghostwriting, as far as I know, is hiring somebody to write words for you to actually say. That didn’t happen,” told Vibe.

Between the allegations of sexism, and constant misunderstandings, one would assume that killing this virtual beef would be everyone’s best bet.

Click below to see Hampton’s Tumblr post, and Blaze’s tweets.


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