New Chloe x Halle Lyrics Push Twitter To Drag Diggy Simmons Over Fan Allegations

By Madusa S.

Twitter was on attack mode.

Black stan Twitter is back at it again, and this time, they’re tearing up Diggy Simmons in defense of Chloe Bailey from R&B duo Chloe x Halle, based off lyrics from their new album Ungodly Hour, released Thursday. 

The drama is best summed up by one Twitter user writing, “I come on twitter at 3am to y’all dragging Diggy bc apparently he cheated on Chloe bc they apparently dated and got a white girl pregnant and y’all got all of that from a few lyrics from Chloe x Halle’s album…MAM.” 

The theory is, Diggy cheated on the 21-year-old songstress and managed to get another woman pregnant. Twitter had Chloe’s back and wasted no time to eat Diggy up, despite the limited evidence to support this theory. The 25-year-old Grown-ish star was even trending on the social media platform. See below for some of the choice words fans had for Diggy. 

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The lyrics in question from the new album that apparently confirm these theories come from the track “Busy Boy” where Chloe sings, “I think I just stumbled on your girlfriend’s page/Congratulations/She sayin’ that the baby comin’ any day.”

Fans also point to “Do It,” where Halle sings, “No drama, no baby mamas.”

Rumors of Chloe and Diggy being an item have been floating around since their on-screen romance on Grown-ish as Doug and Jazz. Last year, paparazzi captured shots of the two on a potential date. On an Instagram live, Halle hinted at Chloe dating someone from the Grown-ish cast in real life. 

Do you think Diggy deserves the hate or is Twitter doing too much? Let us know what you think. 


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