Daniel Caesar lost a lot of momentum in his career in 2019 after he famously told Black people to back off YesJulz.
The beef no one asked for just went down on Twitter. Troll/blogger, DJ Akademiks, and habitual culture vulture, YesJulz went at each other on the social media platform.
YesJulz invited an avalanche of slander after bigging up EarthGang, and rightfully so, but throwing Big Boi under the bus in the process. After getting corrected by the Internet for saying the Dreamville crew is like Outkast “with two Andres,” the more active half of the famed Atlanta duo brushed off the slander as cool […]
YesJulz managed to crawl out from under whatever rock she finessed from someone to give off an opinion that nobody in the free world needed or asked for. The social media influencer is now catching the wrath of Twitter after comparing EarthGang to the legendary Outkast and is getting absolutely cooked for it.
YesJulz did it to herself, again. While responding to a critic on Twitter, the colonizing influencer du jour responded by saying, “My ancestors always have my back.”
The biggest news of the day, for many, was YesJulz attempting to come for Scottie Beam and Karen Civil, failing. While Twitter quickly dragged the culture vulture, part of the collateral damage was rapper Murda Mook getting called for what many considered to be coonish behavior.
It’s the year 2019 and, unfortunately, YesJulz is still a thing. The so-called influencer and brand ambassador took shots at Karen Civil and Scottie Beam and that got the Internets to gathering up the culture vulture by her stringy ponytail.
The nuisance that is YesJulz refuses to just leave us alone. The culture vulture tried to explain her racist bars in a ridiculously long apology she issued on Twitter and just opened herself up to another well-deserved dragging.
YesJulz, a curator of “vibes” and other talents that cannot be officially verified, was responsible for helping Kanye West arrange his epic Wyoming listening party for his ye album. Already knee-deep in the struggle, Yeezy enlisted the culture vulture, excuse us, social media maven to facilitate meetings between him and Ugandan officials for charity efforts.
YesJulz, an Internet-famous figure for reasons we still don’t understand, got caught up in a wave of stupidity on Twitter and did the foul as a white person who should know better. The “celebrity” joked about wearing a shirt bearing the n-word, which caused her to lose a pair of high-profile gigs and now all […]