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Rico Nasty Garners Support After Revealing She Cries Herself To Sleep Every Night
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Rico Nasty Garners Support After Revealing She Cries Herself To Sleep Every Night

Rico Nasty received the opportunity of a lifetime to tour with Playboi Carti, however, it seems like that dream has turned into a nightmare. The rapper joined Playboi Carti’s King Vamp tour as the opener and she has experienced everything, but a warm reception from fans attending the concerts. She has been booed while performing and during their tour stop in Portland, Oregon, the “Magic” rapper confronted the crowd after someone threw a bottle at her.


The unfortunate experience led Rico to tweet out her frustrations with some tweets alarming her fans.

The 24-year-old sent out the now-deleted tweets on Nov. 27 writing, “I dead ass need atleast two hours out of each day. To just cry. Crazy how I wanted a tour bus my whole life and now I just be on the tour bus crying myself to sleep every night.”

She also tweeted, “I wish I was dead just as much as y’all do trust me...Y’all win.”

While Playboi Carti has been silent on the matter, many of Rico’s female peers have showered her with support.

JT from the City Girls was one of the first people to come to Rico’s defense tweeting, “I want them to stop disrespecting her that shit not cool! Or nothing to laugh about!!!!!!” Rico retweeted JT and thanked her for the support.

Megan Thee Stallion, Kehlani, and Rico’s “Money” collaborator Flo Milli also showed support to the rapper.

"Good morning to a beautiful a-s strong a-s amazing artist/woman @Rico_nastyy," tweeted Megan.

"Rico is a gem of an artist and person," tweeted Kehlani.

Flo Milli tweeted, “i love u forever friend.”

We hope Rico gets the adoration she deserves as she continues on the tour, which wraps on Dec. 23 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Featured image by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images

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