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Just Brittany chooses to battle with suburbs in ‘Not Houston’ freestyle


Houston recording artist Just Brittany angered many people who don’t live inside the ring road Sunday night when she released a video for a song called “Not Houston Freestyle”. The song is a takeoff on something Omeretta The Great recorded recentlywhere she raps about her disgust for people claiming her hometown of Atlanta when they’re not really from there.

Brittany begins her version with: “Shout out to 713, 281, 832; I see they don’t like to come up with facts because people worry about influence first; suburbs.”

Brittany, who released seven albumscame into the mainstream when she starred on Rick Ross’ competition show “Signed” on VH1 in 2017. She was also in a relationship with Missouri City rapper Z-Ro, whom she accused of l abused in 2017. A grand jury declined to indict Z-Ro for felony assault, instead charging him with a misdemeanor, which was later fired after completing an intervention program.

His history with Z-Ro, who released a Houston classic with his hit “Mo City Don Freestyle” in 2005 made a line in his notable “Not Houston Freestyle”: “What high school, what zip code, what colors are the streets of you?; How do you represent Houston, when you all have your own county and your own police?”

Missouri City, which is partly located in Fort Bend County and has its own police department, has blue and red traffic signs, making them markedly different from Houston’s standard green traffic signs.

In case there was any doubt whether you were Houston or not, Brittany explains it in the last 30 seconds of the song:

“Baytown is not Houston;
Pearland is not Houston;
Humble is not Houston;
Mo City…not Houston;
Galveston…not Houston;
Cypress is not Houston;
Sugar Land…not Houston;
Woodlands is not Houston;
Katy is not Houston;
Pasadena is not Houston;
Tomball is not Houston;
Port Arthur…not Houston.”

Port Arthur being thrown there has raised some eyebrows since Bun B is from Port Arthur but represents both his hometown and Houston, including drawing over 73,000 fans to NRG Stadium for his takeover of H-Town at Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo earlier this month. . Brittany appeared on Bun B’s song “Sext Me” in 2010.

Many people on Twitter showed their displeasure with Brittany, with many pointing out that they were from Port Arthur and weren’t trying to claim anything.

As for Brittany, she definitely checked her credentials in Houston. She went to Worthing High School and graduated major from Jesse Jackson Academy, which was located a few miles from the University of Houston before it closed.

For her part, Brittany seemed like a good sport about the negative feedback she was getting from the song.

“Yooooo Galveston mad at me PA say they wanna fight Baytown said I’m built like a hot pocket y’all made me laugh I can’t even read all the comments but sheesh. It’s all love y’all relax.”