While responses often come in the same form to which the ‘insult’ is received, it’s not uncommon for a celeb to call out a person offline for disrespecting them online.
Last night, T-Mo Goodie of Goodie Mob wasn’t feeling too social after his live impromptu performance of ‘Soul Food during the ATL Live on The Park festivities.
[FLASHBACK: Goodie Mob’s MARTA Bus Tour… (PHOTOS/VIDEO)]
Someone in the audience apparently sent a tweet to his Goodie Mob bandmate, CeeLo Green, stating something about T-Mo not knowing all the lyrics to their classic song.
What happened next has been talked about all day long by people who witnessed it and for the record, T-Mo will not stand for any type of online disrespect!
Whatever pu**y azz ni**a sent that sh*t to Ceelo, youse a ho! Whoever did that? Youse a ho! Now send that!
Video of T-Mo’s onstage rant + the performance that started it all below (WARNING! Strong language)…
T-Mo hit the stage shortly after his performance to stand alongside his fello May’s High School Alum, Atlanta City Councilman Ceasar Mitchell as he presented ATL Live’s creators, Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols, with a proclamation honoring their 4 years of events.
Mitchell, Das and Nichols were all taken aback when T-Mo decided to address a disrespectful tweet that had been sent moments earlier.
You dealing with one of the realest ni**as in Goodie Mob and I stands for mine. I aint got nothing but love for everybody in here, but I don’t appreciate nobody tryna tear downwhat we built in ATL.So whoever did it, you know youse a ho! So send THAT in your tweet, text THAT!
Video of T-Mo’s performance:
I never found the offending tweet, but I can only surmise that whoever was bold enough to send it wasn’t so bold after T-Mo called him a ‘p*ssy azz ni**a’!
And for the record, T-Mo didn’t forget HIS lyrics and he even stated during his onstage rant, ‘I know what “I” Wrote!’
Whatever the case, T-Mo was NOT feeling the criticism and the person who sent it now has no question about how his tweet was received.
Watch Goodie Mob’s original ‘Soul Food’ video: