AceShowbiz - GloRilla has always been clear when it comes to whom she wants to keep around her. Speaking with The Cut, the "F.N.F. (Let's Go)" raptress revealed that she had cut off some friends and family members after she found success with her collaborative song with HitKidd.
The Memphis, Tennessee native revealed that her success changed her relationships with her family and friends. "Me blowing up changed a lot, like 50 percent of my family," she explained, "Money change the people around you. It don't change you, per se. It fasho change people around you, though."
"I don't got a problem cutting people off, and I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing," the "Tomorrow" femcee continued. "But I have no problem cutting people off once I see what type of stuff they be on. They just got to go."
She added, "Because it ain't no room for that no more. I'm on a whole 'nother level now, and if you're still on bulls**t, then I just don't want to talk to you."
Elsewhere in her interview with The Cut, Glo admitted that she wasn't fond of her deep rapping voice back in the day. She said that her voice started to change when she picked up smoking, and when she tried to alter her voice, her friends stepped in.
"When I first started rapping. I wanted to sound like a girl," she recalled, before talking about her friends wanting her to keep her deep voice. "They were like, 'You really got bars. Your voice just sound squeaky.' I was like, 'Oh, okay, let me just put emphasis on what I already sound like, just add a lil bit more sauce to it.' "
That aside, Glo is set to release her new single "Internet Trolls" on Friday, February 3.