Reginae Carter has never been afraid to clap back at her haters and trolls. After her boyfriend rapper YFN Lucci was incarcerated last month, Carter has let it be known that she is sticking by her man. Lately she has been continuing to post like normal, rocking new hairstyles and clothes, doing TikToks and workout videos. But on Feb. 2 what was supposed to be a good workout session turned into Carter going off on a hater on her Instagram Live.
Taking a short break from exercising, Carter noticed a hater on her IG Live trying to be funny by asking “Where Rayyyyyyyyyyy” was. It was evident that the person was trying to needle Carter, based on the yawning, laughing, peace, and zipper-mouth emojis, among others, that followed the question.
Carter caught the shade and went off at 1:30, saying, “Yeah they jump off on here and hate, but guess what? While they hatin’ I’m getting me a good ass workout and they fat. F–k them. I’m so tired of the dmn haters, they just want to — they gon’ hate, they gon’ hate. They hate what they can’t relate to.”
She continued, “They do all of that s- -t. But guess what, I still get paid at the end of the day. I still look good. I still get what I want. F–k you mean?”
But that was not all, the 22-year-old reality TV star added. “You can hate all you want, the f–k. I’m so tired of these people. I’m so tired of y’all. Y’all always thinking that people give a f–k about what y’all talking about. We don’t. You won’t stop me from loving who the f–k I love, you won’t stop me from doing what the f–k I wanna do, you won’t! You just won’t!
“B-tch,” she said before ending the Live.
Carter and Lucci, who was born Rayshawn Bennett, started dating for the second time last year in November, and things were going well. But that all came to a halt last month when Lucci was charged with murder in connection with a December shooting in Atlanta that left one man dead. He is currently being held at Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail without bond on charges of felony murder, gang street activity, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and aggravated assault.