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Ludacris hasn’t dropped an album since 2015’s Ludaversal, but don’t let that seven-year gap away from mainstream hip-hop, or his budding acting career, fool you into thinking that he’s lost a step lyrically.

In early March one of Atlanta’s brightest new stars Latto hopped on the remix of fellow ATL native Omerretta The Great’s contentious track “Sorry Not Sorry”. In the original version, Omerretta vehemently stamped what is and what is not Atlanta. In the remix, Latto upped the anti with name drops of some very notable Atl reppers, including Migos, 21 Savage, Ciara and Ludacris.

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For the record, Latto did hop on Twitter after the track went viral and explained that she wasn’t dissing anybody that she name-dropped.

Ludacris was asked about how he felt that folks didn’t consider him to be from the A, and for weeks he downplayed the event. He even told Sam Sylk and Bijou Star in Cleveland that he wasn’t mad about it, but noted that he spent enough time at King of Diamonds to justify saying that Atlanta is his home.

Yesterday, however, he responded with a freestyle over the “Sorry Not Sorry” instrumental. He name drops both ladies and further explains why he feels that no one should question where his loyalty lies. Check it out.

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