Kreayshawn Appearing at SET and Performing Live at Mansion in November

Rick Ross called Kreayshawn a "dirty bitch" and threatened to "slap the shit out of whoever carries her bags." But the 22-year-old rapper-slash-Ricky Rozay enemy does not give a fuck.

Seriously, she does not care. In a recent Huffington Post interview, Robin Wilkey asked Kreayshawn why she thinks she's so popular. The "Gucci Gucci" girl responded, "It's because I don't give a fuck. I've got 'I don't give a fuck' syndrome."

Staying true to her mantra, Kreayshawn's rolling through the Bawse's hometown next month and kicking it South Beach style with appearances at SET and Mansion.

As a kid in Oakland, Natassia "Kreayshawn" Zolot's childhood was incredibly unconventional. She tells Nardwuar the Human Serviette about her mother Elka Zolot, a Bay Area punk goddess best-known as the guitarist from Trashwomen who also worked at a sex shop. Get this, little Natassia would do her homework surrounded by dildos. Swag.

As a teenager, Kreayshawn would sneak into raves and tag walls around the city. She befriended Odd Future's Left Brain at an art class and eventually moved to L.A. to pursue a swag lifestyle. However, it wasn't until May of this year that Kreayshawn blew up.

In just five months, her "Gucci Gucci" video's been watched over 20 million times. It earned Kreayshawn a multi-million dollar record contract, and hosting gig at the MTV Video Music Awards red carpet show.

But the best thing to come out of Kreayshawn's arsenal of cool shit ... An online game that'll keep you busy until her Miami appearances.

Kreayshawn. Thursday, November 10. SET, 320 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Call 305-531-2800 or visit

Kreayshawn. Friday, November 11. Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami. Call 305-695-8411 or visit

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