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Saweetie's Father Flaunts Crip Gang Sign

Saweetie’s Father Flaunts Crip Gang Sign

It’s been brought to our attention of a viral picture showing Saweetie’s father flaunting what looks like the ‘Crip’ gang sign.

Saweetie and her dad attended the Sacramento Kings basketball game last night, and took a daddy-daughter picture together.

In the picture which has since gone viral on the internet shows the man throwing up a gang sign believed to be that of ‘Crip’ and he was also rocking a  blue head warmer.

Saweetie simply captioned the post “Game wit Pops.”


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Folks on social media have been reacting to the circulating picture and now tagging Saweetie’s father as a gang member.

See some of the reactions below :

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Saweetie, real name Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper, released her debut single single, “Icy Grl” in 2017 and the song received double platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and led her to sign with Warner Records in a joint venture with her then-manager, Max Gousse’s record label, Artistry Worldwide.

Her debut extended play (EP), High Maintenance (2017) was met with lukewarm reception and failed to chart. Her second, Icy (2019) moderately entered the Billboard 200 and spawned the single “My Type”, which marked her first entry—at number 21—on the Billboard Hot 100 and received quadruple platinum certification by the RIAA.

The rapper’s 2020 single, “Tap In” and her 2021 single “Best Friend” (featuring Doja Cat) were both met with similar commercial success and are preceding the release of her forthcoming debut studio album, Pretty Bitch Music.

‘Best Friend’ featuring Doja Cat earned a nomination for Best Rap/Sung Performance at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, while Saweetie herself was nominated for Best New Artist.


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