Fredo Bang shot his shot at GloRilla during a recent Instagram Live and even quoted 21 Savage lyrics in an attempt to woo her.
The Shade Room caught Fredo flirting with Big Glo during her IG Live broadcast on Monday night (February 27) with a series of frisky comments.
“Lick yo lips again I like that shit,” he wrote. “I’ll be crazy bout you. I’ll never hold u bxk. I’ma protect you.”
Fredo Bang then went into his lover boy bag and quoted 21 Savage lyrics from Her Loss‘ “Spin Bout U” to grab GloRilla’s attention.
“Whats yo [finsta] fck yo main page I wanna know the real you,” he added. “Throw me!”
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It’s unclear if the Baton Rouge native’s tactics ended up working and if Big Glo took note of Fredo Bang sending flares to the sky.
GloRilla has enjoyed a meteoric rise over the past 12 months and Fredo Bang is far from the only guy shooting his shot at the “F.N.F.” star.
Kodak Black previously expressed his interest in the CMG rookie during an Instagram Live session in October, and also quoted some lyrics.
“You prolly aint my girl today but that’s why I love tomorrow,” Kodak wrote in Glo’s comments section, referencing a line from her “Tomorrow 2” collaboration with Cardi B.
In other news, GloRilla wrapped up her Anyways, Life’s Great Tour over the weekend in Philadelphia, where a clip went viral of her tossing her wig into the audience while crowd surfing.
“Dey tried to take my wig while I was crowd surfing so I snatched it off & threw it in da crowd,” she wrote on Twitter after the show. “Philly was lit.”
In another tweet she added: “I know what kinda crowd I bring out & I know my fans crazy af dats just part of being a ghetto rockstar Ik what I signed up for I’m not finna get to fighting nobody dats paying to come see me that’s security job to make sure mfs under control that’s they get paid to do.”
GloRilla’s tour has been full of surprises, both good and bad. During her New York stop at Irving Plaza on February 22, the Memphis rap star brought out Cardi B as a special guest, and the pair ran through their juggernaut hit “Tomorrow 2.”