Monty Lopez compares himself to Michael Jordan in Yung Gravy diss track


Addison Rae’s father, Monty Lopez, has finally released his diss track “Leftovers” about rapper Yung Gravy, comparing himself to NBA legend Michael Jordan in the lyrics.

The beef between Monty Lopez and Yung Gravy has officially reached “diss track” status after the artist was spotted kissing his ex on the VMAs red carpet.

Since that happened, it was only a matter of time before Monty dropped a song about the 26-year-old, after teasing one on social media.

In the new record, Addison’s father again called out Gravy for an influencer boxing match which – at the time of writing – has not been accepted or refused.

Listen to the diss track “Leftovers” by Monty Lopez

Lopez uploaded her diss track, aimed at rapper Yung Gravy, on Sept. 5.

The track, which is one minute and 31 seconds long, begins with, “Hey Lil Gravy, this is for you bro. F**k you and f**k those hoes.

In a later line, he says he is Michael Jordan but Yung Gravy is not Scottie Pippen, referring to two of the Chicago Bulls’ best NBA players.

Chances are it won’t be the last we’ve seen of Monty in the music world either.

In a verified Spotify artist bio for Monty, he says, “Aspiring rapper and DJ living in Los Angeles, CA. Monty Lopez recently teased his debut EP by dropping a Murda Beatz-assisted track called “Leftovers” which was instantly recognized as a platinum hit.

However, going platinum is an unlikely status for the record, as it is usually granted by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for reaching over one million copies sold. For context, Monty only has 1,000 followers on his artist page.

Anyway, who will be next in her sights for a diss track – Sheri Easterling? Tana Mongeau? We will have to wait and see.

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