Like it or not, the feud between Wale and conservative talking head Tomi Lahren has lasted longer than many of the beefs of 2018. Since January of last year, the two have gone back and forth on social media after Wale released a song dissing the commentator (who may or may not remind you of a particular condiment).
The two last sparred in September, when Wale called Tammy out over her criticism of Michelle Obama. Of course Tomi’s gonna do what Tomi’s gonna do—hate—so despite the rapper’s previous criticism, the Fox host returned to Twitter sharing more annoying thoughts about the former first lady. Here they are:
Michelle Obama is upset Melania never asked for advice on how to be First Lady. Michelle, besides ruining school lunches what did you do?— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) November 13, 2018
Wale wouldn’t stand for it. This trolling is something we’ve seen before, but he dutifully points out that Tomi needs to find another hill to die on. “Just say you threatened by the power of black women and go Tammy,” he tweeted.
Just say you threatened by the power of black women and go Tammy.. you and your zany hijinks won’t prosper today https://t.co/HCRyI2lAtu— Wale (@Wale) November 14, 2018
This is likely a feud that will simmer until the end of time, with no hope of resolution. Whenever Lahren feels the need to fix her lips toward black celebrities like Obama, Colin Kaepernick, or JAY-Z, he’s always there. Thank you Wale, for your service.
Tammy when we stand ..u mad.. when we kneel u mad... why u so mad Tammy? https://t.co/aqmdB5euPJ— Wale (@Wale) September 24, 2018
- Wale Calls Out 'Tammy' Lahren for Criticizing Michelle Obama: 'Why U So Mad?'
- Tomi Lahren Actually Has the Ability to Apologize (As Long as It's to a White Person)
- Tomi Lahren's Most Controversial Moments
More from Complex
- Lilly Singh Fears for Her Life While Eating Spicy Wings | Hot Ones
- Luke James and Friends Are Back in Mexico for 'In the Spirit' Episode 8
- Letter Reveals Alleged Racial Tensions at Adidas
- Premiere: Boston Rapper And Producer Mozado Arrives To Lift Us Up With Bouncy, Funk-Filled "Hellacopters"
- Gucci Mane Ushers in a Harsh Freeze With Kevin Gates Collab "I'm Not Goin"