When he’s not on “Love And Hip Hop Atlanta” talking about himself in the third person, Lil Scrappy also makes music.
Reports The Examiner:
Lil Scrappy knows how to turn something catchy into a song and that is exactly what he has done with “Paws.” Following the infamous “I want to them paws on him (Stevie J)” on “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” Lil Scrappy has taken his reality television moniker, drafted Lil Jon, created a song and may just have a hit on his hands.
Releasing “Paws” Tuesday, just hours after the “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” reunion, Lil Scrappy raps about the show, his life and people talking about him on Twitter.
“Put them paws on em. I put them paws on a n***a, put them paws on a b***h and put them paws on a sucka,” Lil Scrappy says within the first few seconds of the track.
Taking aim at critics of his reality television persona, Lil Scrappy goes on to say “I ain’t cool with all the threats” before saying he is on TV acting “ratchet” but will put “paws on” you in the street.
“On TV acting ratchet, doing sh** you can’t imagine. (But) when I’m in the street I put them paws on em,” says Scrappy.