Who is Latto Dating: Latto, whose birth name is Alyssa Michelle Stephens, was born in Columbus, Ohio on December 22, 1998 to parents Shayne and Misti. At the age of two, she relocated with her parents to Clayton County, Georgia, where she grew up. At the age of 10, Stephens began creating her own rap songs and also participated in drag racing.
She attended Lovejoy High School as a teen; as a result of her skin tone, which was a mixture of her black father and white mother, she was constantly tormented by her friends. Stephens chose the stage moniker Miss Mulatto because she embraced the racial designation of “mulatto” when she began her rapping career. In time, this was shortened to Latto.
Latto gained notoriety for the first time in 2016 when he won the premiere season of the reality television show “The Rap Game.” Three years later, she broke through to the public with her smash ballad “Bitch from the Souf.” Since then, Latto has seen further success with tracks such as “Muwop” and “Big Energy” from her debut studio album “Queen of Da Souf”
Who is Latto Dating
Latto has been with her unnamed boyfriend for two years, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t support her. The “Big Energy” MC’s boyfriend told her everything was “falling into place” for her in a text message they sent back and forth on Monday. She said, “My boyfriend made me cry in the hookah bar, y’all.”
My man got me crying in the hookah bar yall 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺 pic.twitter.com/KS2rMujszw
— BIG LATTO 🎰 (@Latto) March 28, 2022
Even though it was a special occasion, one Twitter user said her boyfriend only did the “bare minimum.” In response, Latto clapped back hard and listed all the gifts and nice things he’s done for her since the beginning of their relationship, which she’s kept pretty quiet about.
What’s bare minimum? The Lamborghini he bought? The pink corvette? The pink Richard Mill? 1 of my 20 birkins? Aint nun bare minimum bout my love life babe. Not to mention I GET THE DICK TO MYSELF. But it’s his emotional support that do it for me! U hating from outside the club🥰 https://t.co/hfMcPchzLS
— BIG LATTO 🎰 (@Latto) March 29, 2022
“What’s bare minimum?” asks the artist’s quote tweet. The user’s comment has since been taken down from the post. “He bought a Lamborghini? The pink car? The pink Richard Mills? 1 Birkin out of my 20? Ain’t nothin’ about my love life, babe. Not only that, but I GET THE IDIOT TO MYSELF. But it’s the way he makes me feel that makes me love him. You’re being mean from outside the club.”
This week, during a long interview with Hollywood Unlocked, Latto talked about her relationship, which surprised the interviewer, Jason Lee. When he asked her about the partnership, she told him that she doesn’t “like to talk about it.
In the video above, she said, “I just don’t make it a public thing.” “Like, I’ll tell people, ‘Yeah, da-da-da, because I’ve got a man or whatever.’ I just don’t want it to be known to everyone. I already feel like I have to share too much of my life without wanting to.” Lee asked Latto if her boyfriend has stayed “secure and solid the whole way.” Latto agreed, saying that he has “been there at my worst,” so she doesn’t think he’s “going nowhere.”
“He also helps me. A lot of the time, the industry tries to make it seem like being in a relationship is a distraction. Behind the scenes and in the business, my relationship has helped me. “He’s there for me when I’m just about over it, when I need advice, and when I need to know things I didn’t know,” she said.
Around the 34:25 mark, Latto talked about how she feels about Cardi B and how she’s been able to do well with both her career and her kids. The 23-year-old woman also told Lee that she might have a baby in two or three years.
“That’s just the stigma for women; that’s another reason why it’s harder for women,” she said, adding that she has no trouble going head-to-head with men in the game. “Some of these scumbags have more than one baby a year. And they are ready to go… I really love that about Cardi, and she doesn’t even know that’s another reason she’s an inspiration to me. I just realized that I don’t have to choose between my career and myself because of her. I’m good at both. Even though she was pregnant, that girl was busting it open. Award shows and crap.” At 36:58, Lee asked Latto who she hates in “the industry.” After she laughed, she gave a vague answer.
“I’m not going to get too specific about their roles in the industry, but it’s a couple of old white men who think they can just come in and steal from young artists and take advantage of the culture,” Latto said. “We’re not going to let that happen.” “And I’m not going to do that. If you keep fucking pushing me, I’m a ticking time bomb, and I’m going to show you up because nobody talks about this. I’ll gladly be the first one to talk about it.”