August Alsina makes reference to being ‘messed up with the world’s number one’ in his new melody, ‘Shake the World,’ which has all the earmarks of being about his sentiment with Will Smith’s significant other.
August Alsina, 29, seems to address his scandalous “entrapment” with Jada Pinkett Smith, 50, in his new melody, “Shake the World.” The rapper delivered the 2 short lived track on Monday, April 4, and the verses apparently reference the previous sentiment with Will Smith‘s significant other that became hotly debated issue news in 2020. “Indeed, obviously some s**t will undoubtedly go down when you messed up with the world’s number one,” August sings, which you can hear for yourself beneath.
August likewise specifies being “dropped” in the melody. That is reasonable about the response he got when Jada admitted to the extramarital issue on her show Red Table Talk in July 2020. “I heard I was dropped. All things considered, we should not talk on that. Red dab on my back, I turned into an objective. Also, I’m defective by perfect, that makes me August,” he sings.
The scandalous “entrapment” happened years prior, while Jada was covertly isolated from Will, 53. August previously uncovered the relationship to the general population in June 2020, and asserted that Will supported the issue. Jada and Will ultimately tended to everything on Red Table Talk, where the Girl’s Trip entertainer made sense of that she “simply needed to feel quite a bit better” concerning her inclusion with August. A short time later, August let PEOPLE know that he actually has “profound regard” for Will and Jada and that his relationship with the pair isn’t “broken.”
The circumstance of August’s new melody is fascinating, no doubt. All things considered, the Smiths have been in the news relentless since Will insulted Chris Rock over a kid about Jada’s uncovered head at the 2022 Academy Awards. Two days after the stunning episode, August expressed “Pick harmony” in an extensive message on Instagram that seemed to address Will’s activities.