The song, released on all streaming platforms, starts with an interview clip “You can’t Venmo $26,000” to which Lisa replied, “Yes you can, I’m boss.” The 2 minute, 14-second “song” includes an album cover with Lisa plastered on the cover wearing a button-up shirt with a tie. The entire track features only a couple seconds of Lisa talking and the rest features a female singer and a male rapper.
The $26,000 reference in the song comes from the drama between Baby Girl Lisa and Usman that went down last month. During their nasty breakup, Usman accused Lisa of refusing to send him $26,000 he allowed her to collect for him.
Prior to the accusation, Lisa trashed Usman on social media accusing him of being a “romance scammer” who never loved her. She believed he only wanted to be on the TLC reality show for fame and to launch his music career.
Usman responded, “I’m a good Nigerian who sacrificed a lot to make someone happy including losing my job, but today I was called scammer by the same person I make happy I wont how scammer can be on tv always and on social media relating with big politicians and some prominent people, after calling ME n word, calling scammer and now I have been blackmailed with my own money.”
The couple appears to still be on the outs and the new song isn’t going to help the matter.
As The Blast previously reported, Lisa’s reputation has been tarnished for months after she admitted to using the N-word during an argument with Usman. Fans demanded TLC fire Lisa and stop using her in spin-offs of the show. TLC has yet to comment on the matter despite it happening months ago.