Hazel-E is stirring up reactions on social media after dropping the music video for her latest single.
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Hazel-E Spits Bars In Latest Release
In the music video, Hazel-E flaunts her bars while giving viewers a look into her lavish lifestyle.
“New car, new man, new crib — hit my line, new phone, who dis?” the former ‘Love and Hip Hop Hollywood’ star raps.
Check out a clip from her music video below.
Social Media Reacts
Social media users entered The Shade Room’s comment section to share their reactions to the former reality star’s latest bars. Some appeared to be less than impressed.
Instagram user @juspryn wrote, “I need the internet to crash. The music being released needs to return to all senders that posted within the last 24!”
While Instagram user @thecoreyshow humorously added, “Somebody was nodding their head to this in the studio. I’m calling the cops on all of them.”
Meanwhile, others showed support for Hazel.
Instagram user @theashsarai wrote, “I think y’all don’t like it because it’s her? 🤨 It don’t sound tooooo bad lol”
While Instagram user @katlynnsimone added, “You can do anything you want in this world… that’s what I take from this!”
Instagram user @attorney_payne_ wrote, “Am I tripping or this sound alright?”
While Instagram user @elijahthecoolkid remarked, “Y’all Might Not Like Hazel E For Whatever She’s Done In The Pass But It’s 2024 And She Honestly Snapped 🔥🔥🔥🔥 With This Classic #IllBeGood And Flipped It Into A Rap Song Like This I Really Like It Plus Let Another Female Rap Artist Rap On This Y’all Would Easily Say This Is Heat”
Hazel-E Recently Opened Up About Her Music Career & Possible Return To TV
As The Shade Room previously reported, Hazel-E appeared as a guest on ‘Stepping Into The Shade Room’ in October 2023. At the time, the 43-year-old opened up about the current climate in rap as opposed to earlier years.
The former ‘Love and Hip Hop Hollywood’ also explained why she feels more inspired to pursue a music career.
“There was only one female dominating that game, and there was no room… Now, being that the doors are broken down and we are seeing way more female artists, way more female rap, and it’s being taken serious, I feel like I have a chance again—which is the only reason why I’m trying,” she said. “…I feel like if I don’t give myself a shot again, then I would do myself a disservice.”
Furthermore, Hazel also opened up about whether she’d return to ‘Love and Hip Hop’ before dishing on her plastic surgery regrets.
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