Dutchess’s Song “MAD” Actually Wasn’t A Diss Track Toward Ceaser, But She’s Going to Drop One Now Though

"I was stacking money way before the [man]."

Dutchess wasn’t taking shots toward anyone in the track Cease heard in the season premiere of Black Ink Crew, but since she feels he’s so pressed, she’ll give him the attention now with a real diss track.

Ceaser was low-key annoyed but amused by a song released by Dutchess in the first episode of the season. “Mad” is 3:14 of pure shade aimed at her haters, so it’s understandable why Cease thought it was about him. But since he was so mad about it, Dutchess decided to produce an actual diss track, and released this snippet on her Instagram page.


With a sample of Ceaser’s intro in the Black Ink Crew premiere and clips of Dutch from the show she captioned,

My 1st single MAD was never about anyone specifically and it came out in the summer 2017 it was my way of being an artist and expressing myself creatively. Everything IS NOT about my past! We been broke up over a year people please move on. But…….. since he wants a song to be about him…… here u go.

The hook says she done flipped $20K to a half a mil and was stacking money way before she meant Cease. As promised on the Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, Dutchess plans to drop this very soon. Take a listen to the preview. Are we here for the whole track? Sound off in the comments below!

In this Black Ink Crew highlight, Ceaser is convinced Dutchess sent this disrespectful telegram to his shop.

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