Some of the tweets are as follows:
â€œVery tacky of you. If the security or police pushed you, go at them. Not the celebrity.â€
â€œGirl you will NEVER have the amount of fans, hit songs, or record sales as Prince. Thatâ€™s the problem with you wannabes you donâ€™t respect the people who paved the way. You will NEVER Ever compare to Prince.â€
â€œyou can hold your pee for a few more seconds or better yet why you didnâ€™t pee early? Please have ALL the seats in the Superdome.â€
â€œYou should be grateful you were in the presence of The Legendary Prince Rogers Nelson!!! Know your place, which is an irrelevant one. Oh and by the way, Prince could have written 3 or 4 albums while you were in the bathroom. Lolâ€
Poor Lilâ€™ Mo, everyone knew this wasnâ€™t going to end well.
Prince (or whomever tweets from his handle @3RDEYEGIRL) jumped in on Twitter and tweeted a series of disses to the “R&B Diva” cast member, which were later deleted, or because itâ€™s Prince, probably vanished into thin air. But the one tweet that remains is the a sub-tweet from the Purple Rain-maker himself, which was a photo of him giving some serious side-eye captioned: â€œI hope she know, none of her clothes match.â€
After that, thereâ€™s nothing left to say, drop the mic and exit the stage.
Unfortunately, this isn’t Lil Mo’s first time disrespecting a living legend. She sent for Stevie Wonder when he encouraged Americans to boycott Florida after George Zimmerman was acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin.