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Ice Spice dragged a gay fan all because he edited her Y2K artwork

Ice Spice dragged a gay fan all because he edited her Y2K artwork

Ice Spice in Y2K artwork
Capitol Records

A feud like this was NOT on our bingo card for 2024!

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"Like why would I fight?"

On Wednesday, June 5, Ice Spice announced the name, artwork, and release date for her upcoming debut studio albumY2K, which is due out on July 26. The record, which will be released by Capitol Records and 10K Projects, features an artwork shot by the legendary photographer David LaChappelle.

In reaction, digital creator Zachary DeNobrega re-edited the Y2K artwork altering the text and placement of the graffiti. Instead of "Ice Spice," the graffiti reads "Y2K." The graffiti is also not placed on both the wall and on Spice, but rather, only on the wall that Spice is leaning on.

"Made it better," DeNobrega wrote in an X post.

But here's the plot twist! Spice actually saw the re-edit… and she did not like the insinuation that it was "made it better."

Spice re-posted DeNobrega's Y2K edit and attached pictures of him re-creating Mariah Carey's Rainbow artwork in a new X post. The rapper wrote:

"u thought u made this better too delulu [laughing emoji]."

Ice Spice via X

X (@icespicee_)

DeNobrega responded to Spice with another X post that read:

"Mind you, I shot my photo alone and edited alone and it still came out cleaner than hers with THEE world's greatest photographer and a TEAM of editors…"

Fortunately and to our surprise, several commenters actually defended this fan who clearly wasn't trying to throw shade at Spice but had strong feelings about how the artwork could be made better.

Keep scrolling to see responses to the back-and-forth discourse between Ice Spice and Zachary DeNobrega.

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Bernardo Sim

Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.