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As the saying goes, “the grass isn’t always greener,” which is something Saweetie is finding out now as she continues to reach new heights in her career. The Bay Area rapper recently announced her partnership with Champion as a global cultural consultant and she is nominated for her first Grammy for her hit song “Best Friend” featuring Doja Cat.

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Saweetie is going into the New Year with a freshly shaven head and she’s letting the world get a full view. The 28-year-old rapper debuted her new look on Instagram while vacationing somewhere in the tropics. The first photo showed her tilting her head back in all its glory while she soaks up the sun.

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Saweetie is getting candid about her life in the spotlight. The “My Type” rapper has been consistently dropping music and expanding her brand as an artist since her 2017 hit single “ICY GRL.” But the downside of growing her empire is that she has little time for herself or her mental health. This year alone, Saweetie had innumerable opportunities that many artists would dream of. She partnered with McDonald’s to launch her Saweetie meal, she became an ambassador for MAC and Crocs and she hosted the 2021 MTV EMA’s.

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Saweetie is giving back to her alma mater, University of Southern California, in a big way. Last week, the "Icy" rapper went back to her alma mater to visit a business class she once took while she was a student there. Saweetie graduated from USC in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.

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Saweetie shut down colorism accusations after a resurfaced video with Too $hort went viral over the weekend. In the video, the "Icy" artist chatted with Too $hort back in December on IG Live when the Bay Area legend began praising women of mixed heritage. "Mixed heritage women have always been my favorite. I don't think I've ever fallen in love with a woman that wasn't mixed," the "Blow Your Whistle" rapper said. Saweetie, who is Black and Filipino, replied, "Really?!"

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New York Fashion Week has finally returned to its in-person fashion shows. The magic, glamour and thriving energy is back after quarantine changed everything last year. While most people were sequestered at home fighting boredom, music superstar, Saweetie used the lockdown to cement her dreams. Through content creation, catchy new music and building her brand, Saweetie explored various business endeavors and began to execute her philanthropic goals.

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