Lilly Singh is no stranger to being savage. Superwoman took to her YouTube channel to drop a – wait for it – diss track. In this rap song, she wears the personality of Nicki Minaj complete with colorful wigs and sparkle.
So, what does this video revolve around? It starts with Lilly trying to figure out which male Youtuber she wants to make a video with. However, she is unable to finalize even a single one because of their flaws.
In said track, the Canadian YouTuber sassily roasts some of the top Independent content creators on the channel. These include PewDiePie, Tyler Oakley, Shane Dawson, Alex Wassabi, Logan Paul and the list goes on.
However, the 30-year-old’s rap song was not made with the intention of starting a beef between her and all the men she slams. The purpose behind it was to poke some fun at them without any underlying bad motives.
Her video’s description reads, “can the internet still take a joke? I’d like to think yes!” It further says, “I feel like these days everyone takes everything and everyone so seriously. This is my little way of saying chill. Life is too short to be so serious and offended by everything.”
Her lyrics prove that she has talked to these men prior to making this diss track and has only went ahead with roasting them after they have shown their thumbs up.
However, the song also tells the audience that there is one person whom she didn’t bother to check with before beginning to roast him – PewDiePie, the Swedish content creator who wears the crown of the most subscribed YouTuber.
In said track, Lilly Singh sings out “somebody make sure PewdiPie okay though Before he drop a slur n’ put our Adsense in a grave yo He the only one I didn’t ask for permission doe Figure he could handle it, with all the trash he be dishing out.”
She’s has also commented under her video saying, “thank you so much for watching!! And shout outs to all the men who gave me permission to roast em. Well…except one. But I’m sure he can take a joke.”
This video of Superwoman is a parody of Nicki Minaj’s Barbie Dreams. The video has garnered 1,643,409 views since its release on October 8.