VIDEO: Tana Mongeau ATTACKED By Snow tha Product’s Girlfriend!
Rapper Snow tha Product and Tana Mongeau are airing out their dirt for everyone to watch. Grab a blanket and snuggle up- cuz here's the T.
Rapper Snow tha Product and Tana Mongeau are airing out their dirt for everyone to watch. Grab a blanket and snuggle up- cuz here’s the T.
Two story time videos made their way on the internet this week- one from Tana Mongeau, and the other from rapper Snow tha Product. The two videos gave two sides of the same story: the story where Snow tha Product’s girlfriend assaulted Tana Mongaeu outside of a strip club.
So let’s back up.
In this corner we’ve got Tana Mongeau- YouTuber and ringleader of the infamous convention fail…Tanacon. In the other corner, we have Snow Tha Product, hip hop artist, whose Drunk Love music video went viral on youtube.
Tana and Snow both showed up to YouTuber Adam22’s birthday party.
Both Snow and Tana said they were having fun and drinking throughout the night, but the fight went down outside of the strip club, when everyone was changing locations. Tana then realized that she had watched one of Snow’s interviews and the two were talking and being friendly.
Now Tana claims that Snow was flirting with her, and Snow, whose girlfriend was with her… denied that. That’s when Snow’s girlfriend Juju lunged at Tana through the window from the back seat. The squads then went their separate ways thinking the fight was over, but now Snow and Tana and dragging it out onto the web.
Tana initiated the online back and forth by tweeting: this girl rappers girlfriend just like tried to fight me hahahahah like GRABBED MY WEAVE AND WAS PULLING IT? Storytime?
To which, of course, her fans said yes please.
So Tana took to her vlog, decked in her new Tana-con themed merch to tell her side of the story.
After all the heat Snow was getting, she decided to make a response video. Really, she just wanted to clear her name…
But what do you think? Are you team Tana or Snow? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.