Coi Leray Threatens to Expose Dad Benzino After He Shows Fake Love for Her
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After the 'Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta' alum insists that he's been a supportive father for the 'TWINNEM' hitmaker, the raptress threatens to share screenshots of what he actually said to her in private.

AceShowbiz - The back-and-forth between Coi Leray and her father Benzino has yet to be over. On Tuesday, April 19, the "TWINNEM" hitmaker called out the emcee in a tweet after he appeared to prove himself to be a supportive dad for her.

In one of his posts on Twitter, Benzino expressed interest in doing a collaboration with Coi. "Man listen..if me and my daughter Coi did a project right now y'all mfs would be in trouble. Big Faxx #zinovstheplanet," so he wrote.

In another tweet, the former "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star insisted that he has nothing but love for his raptress daughter. "..to all u weirdo mfs who like to throw shade at me about MY daughter understand this, she's MY DAUGHTER, I made her, raised her, love her & proud of everything she's doing," he claimed. "Y'all just met her, I've known CC my whole life. So keep supporting her because if she's wins, then I WON."

Coi, meanwhile, appeared to have had enough with her dad. In response to Benzino's post, the "Trendsetter" artist wrote back, "You want me to post these screenshots of what you said to me? Or you wanna just chill or go get help? Lmk."

The post arrived after Benzino released a new song titled "Zino Vs. the Planet" in which he mentioned Coi and dissed 50 Cent in the process. In the track, he raps, "Coi, you know your daddy love you, love you love you," the reality star raps. He later turns his attention to Fiddy as he spits, "50, keep it a hundred/ I helped you when they jumped you/ I should've let them ghost you just like Kanan when they slumped him."

Prior to this, Benzino received backlash for mocking the sales of Coi's debut album "Trendsetter". "[Crying laughing emojis] if she had track wit @iambenzino I woulda listened @coileray," so he wrote over a screenshot of DJ Akademiks' tweet regarding the album's sales.

After catching wind of the post, some musician jumped to Coi's defense. "I'd never laugh at my daughter .. type of s**t is that?" Tory Lanez wrote in an Instagram comment. Tank, meanwhile, commented, "I'm gonna say he was hacked cause as a dad this is never the way..[praying hands emoji]." The Game added, "That's your daughter n***a !!!! Smfh."

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