Lil Uzi Vert makes relationship with JT official
The rapper claimed the City Girls member is “the one.”
Lil Uzi Vert has seemingly made his rumored relationship with JT official after proclaiming his love for the City Girls rapper on Twitter. The Eternal Atake artist was trending early Monday morning (March 1) after addressing the pair’s alleged romance.
“JT is the one,” he tweeted.
The announcement arrived after Uzi sent JT some crab legs, which she said she’d been craving.
“I love crab legs,” she tweeted late on Sunday night (Feb. 28).
“They on the way,” Uzi responded.
Later, the Philadelphia native also shared a video on his Instagram Story of JT enjoying the seafood. She tweeted her thanks to Uzi, writing, “They brung [sic] them up thank you.”
Uzi continued to double down on his claims on Twitter. He told his fans, “I had [to] be real with myself I love JT and y’all will [too].”
On the ‘Gram, Uzi also shared several shots of himself and JT wearing matching Moncler x Rick Owens boots.
Rumors surrounding Uzi and JT’s relationship status intensified over the weekend after a Twitter exchange between the pair. The “Myron” rapper tweeted, “Turnt a hoe to a house wife.” Later, JT seemingly responded by tweeting, “Turnt a trick to my husband,” which sparked fan conversations about a possible romance.
The tweets were met with criticism by some internet trolls, leading JT to defend their relationship.
“Y’all use to be in the comments calling him adorable y’all just don’t like me or feel he suppose[d] to be with a weirdo or white girl but nah he with me,” she said, per The Shade Room. “A ghetto bitch getting that rock Star check fuck what y’all gotta say! Honestly.”
See the latest posts confirming their relationship below.
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