Is Rapper Mulatto being sued for 2.7 million dollars? ‘RIP me out the plastic challenge’ gone wrong

Rapper Mulatto sued for 2.7 million dollars. (Source:

A woman who participated in the “Rip Me Out the Plastic Challenge” died, leading to a lawsuit against rapper Mulatto for $2.7 million. Keep reading to know more about it in detail.


Is Rapper Mulatto being sued for 2.7 million dollars?

A woman who took the “Rip Me Out the Plastic Challenge” died, prompting a lawsuit against rapper Mulatto for $2.7 million.

The deceased woman’s sister claims that while participating in the popular “Rip Me Out the Plastic” Tik Tok Challenge, she threw a plastic bag over her head and suffocated to death.

Sister of the deceased woman said,

“She just couldn’t get that bag off her head.”

Rapper Mulatto has not yet provided a response.


‘RIP me out the plastic challenge’

The phrase “Rip Me Out The Plastic” TikTok challenge involves covering your face with a plastic bag and tearing it apart. It takes inspiration from Latto’s “Put It On Da Floor” song.

Latto, who was nominated for Best Collaboration and Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, brought Walmart to Culture’s Biggest Night with her “Put It On Da Floor” performance. She energised the crowd with choreography and a little extra sauce to emphasise some of her lyrics.

Everyone became huddled together, including Boosie Badazz, who landed squarely on his ass. Her performance culminated with plastic bags being thrown at her feet. She was dressed entirely in white, mirroring a plastic bag with the words “I been acting brand new” in red letters as its logo. To give homage to Shawty Lo’s song “Dunn Dunn,” which Latto cites in her hook, the camera zeroed in on “RIP Shawty Lo” as she tore out of her top like she was, well, acting brand fresh as the lights as it got dark.

When they hear “Put It On Da Floor” and “Put It On Da Floor Again,” the song’s remix with Cardi B, fans can’t stop yelling the song’s opening lyric, “Rip me out the plastic, I been acting brand new.” It’s a catchy line that inspired the “Rip Me Out The Plastic” TikTok challenge, which encourages people to embrace being unique in their appearance, haircuts, nail art, academic achievements, and everything else they can think of.

With bars on bars for subtitles from Big Latto and Bardi, “Put It On Da Floor Again” is bold and compelling. It complies with a strategy that Latto, a Gen Z artist, has mastered by keeping her Jackpots engaged through social media, where she speaks directly to them, and curating her singles for a TikTok generation that consumes them regularly.

Latto’s original version of “Put It On Da Floor,” which was created by Go Grizzly, Squat Beats, and Pooh Beatz, was made available on streaming sites on April 21. The video served as a review of Coachella 2023 and seemed to refute accusations that she altered images of her audience.

Latto’s versatility as a hitmaker is evident in how Clayton County has shaped her, as she has never gone too mainstream to inject obscene lyrics and Atlanta strip club swagger into a song.


Who was Rapper Mulatto?

Latto or Big Latto, formerly known as Mulatto, is the stage name of Alyssa Michelle Stephens, an American rapper and vocalist. She made her television debut in 2016 on Jermaine Dupri’s reality series The Rap Game, where she went by the name Miss Mulatto and won the first season.

Despite winning the show, she declined the record deal that was given as compensation. Latto signed with RCA Records after releasing her single “Bitch from da Souf” in 2019. In August 2020, the song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching a high of 95. Rappers Saweetie and Trina collaborated on a remix to go along with the song.

The follow-up single “Muwop” (with Gucci Mane) was released by Latto in 2020. On Latto’s self-titled debut album, Queen of da Souf, which was released in August 2020, both tracks were gold-certified. With the release of “Big Energy,” the lead single from her second studio album 777 (2022), Latto achieved mainstream success. The song was her highest-charting single to date, reaching the third spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

The Win Some Give Some Foundation was started in 2021 by Latto with the goal of “empowering at-risk young women by providing them with resources and support to achieve a lifetime of success.”

In Jonesboro, Georgia, Latto started her own retail business, Pittstop Clothing.

When Latto was confused for another woman in May 2019, she was detained for stealing. She made a song called “Fuck Rice Street” to prove her innocence and express her rage at the cops.


People reactions

People have been debating whether the $2.7 million lawsuit against rapper Mulatto is appropriate or whether the artist must bear responsibility for the woman’s death ever since it was reported that the woman who participated in the “Rip Me Out the Plastic Challenge” died.

The majority of comments favored the rapper mulatto, because she didn’t ask anyone to take the challenge. And others advise against taking on that challenge because of its increased danger.

Please share your opinions in the comment box below.


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3 thoughts on “Is Rapper Mulatto being sued for 2.7 million dollars? ‘RIP me out the plastic challenge’ gone wrong”

  1. That have nothing to do with the rapper. 1) she has people around her tearing the plastic off of her. 2) it’s a song I’m sure the person who came up with the video chose to do that. 3) My 2 year old is smarter than this grown woman. 4) the rapper did not start the challenge. The people are using loosely bags for the challenge. The video the plastic on there is not completely sealed there is air coming up into the plastic. Who would do a challenge so stupid without someone with them. Nobody is putting a bag on their head tight neither. People is so lazy instead of getting a job she’s trying to get pay even though her sister whom I am sure was grown decided to put a tight bag on her head. Smh next I guess they are going to start sueing WWE! I feel bad for the family but get for real. Let your sister rest in peace she made that choice.

  2. I am going to agree fully with you on this. Not one person forced her decision to put a bag over her head and seal it. Just dumb. The rapper has nothing to do with the decision to participate in a”TikTok” challenge, that, mind you, She has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with starting.
    When are adult aged people going to start taking responsibility for their own decisions and actions. How sick to attempt to get a payout on your sisters death from a decision she made on her own accord C’MON, why does that.


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