Saweetie Says Quarantine Made Her a ‘Content Queen’


Saweetie is ‘the Content Queen’ of quarantine, the rapper has used the coronavirus pandemic as a way to channel her creativity on social media.

“I have only child syndrome, so I work really well from home, and I work really well by myself,” She tells PEOPLE. “I have a lot of fun at home, so I think it was just a moment for me to just step into creativity and get back to my creative roots. I had a lot of fun in quarantine.”

The Icy girl rapper has sharpened her comedic skills by using hilarious skits to interact with fans during the pandemic.

Recently, the songwriter parodied a letter to Santa.

“Dear Santa, I know we haven’t always been on the same page. I forgive you for not getting me the Baby Phat puff coat back in ’07,” she says in the IG skit. “Mhm. Anyways, now that we back on speaking terms, I want to let it be known that I’ve been good this year. I’ve been teaching these girls how to send these n—s back to the streets and shine on these h-es. You know that’s right!”

The rapper then runs out and catches a gift Santa drops from the sky.

“Aight, good lookin’ bruh,” she says, thanking St. Nick.

The songwriter has found her place in our digitally content focused world.

Recently, her single “Tap In” has become a viral sensation on TikTok. According to Insider, the song has been used in over 7 million videos.

Be sure to catch Saweetie and fellow artists Post Malone, Steve Aoki and Jack Harlow at the Bud Light Seltzer Sessions Presents New Year’s Eve 2021.