Tana Mongeau REACTS To Bella Thorne's Song 'SFB': 'F**k off, Shawty'
"[Bella Thorne] decided to release a music video [...] called 'Stupid, F**king, B**tch'. Calling it a record is so f**king dumb." Tana Mongeau says.
4 January 2021 by Fachana Techamaneewat
LOS ANGELES - NOV 10: Tana Mongeau at the 2019 People's Choice Awards at Barker Hanger on November 10, 2019 in Santa Monica, CA — Photo by Jean_Nelson
On January 2, Tana Mongeau reacted to Bella Thorne's "SFB" song and music video that was written about her.
In a video uploaded to her official YouTube channel titled, "Bella Thorne made a HORRIBLE song about me and we reacted to it..", Tana disses the track with her friends, Ashly Schwan, Imari Stuart and Ari Aguirre.
For those who don't know, Tana and Bella Thorne used to date back in September 2017 - early 2019, but is currently in a public feud. On December 4, Bella released the diss track "SFB" (short for Stupid, F***ing B****) about Tana.
In the YouTube reaction video, Tana reveals that she had been avoiding a public feud with Bella, but it's now impossible after the track's release.
I "There’s been some music made about me. I’ve been feuding with Bella Thorne. Something that I never really wanted to happen as, y’all know, I really tried to avoid the feud for years now."
Tana clarifies that she and her friends have been "angry" at Bella for "years", but have been suppressing it until now.
I "I also want to preface, though, [my friends and I are] all angry. They’ve been angry with Bella for years and they’ve had to suppress it really, but we’re done with that today.
How did Tana react to the lyrics?
In the track, Bella accused Tana of dating her for "clout" and "staining" her image.
In response to the lyrics, "// You wanted me for clout //", Tana called it "offensive" to her brand.
I "I wanted Jake for clout. It’s so offensive to my whole brand and marriage. And the amount of clout farming I put in. And what clout? This is [only] 1.2 [million views]."
*At the time of Tana's reaction video being filmed, Bella's music video had 1.2 million views. (It now has over 1.9 million views). To put this in perspective, Tana's current reaction video to the song has gained over 2 million views in just over a day compared to SFB's release a month ago).
Tana then retorts to the lyrics "// You're staining my image //" by bringing up Bella's OnlyFans controversy, saying that the controversy was staining her image more than the fact that she had dated her.
I "I’m staining your image, Bella? I’m so sorry, don’t get me wrong, I’m one to stain some images."
I "But I think that the national crime you just committed on sex workers everywhere is what might be affecting your image a little more than dating me."
I "But go the f*** off, shawty. If that’s how you feel, I think that says more about you than me."
Tana also drops a not-so-subtle diss at Bella mixing both pop and rap together in her song.
I "What genre is this? Like, is this on 'Pop This!' or 'RapCaviar'. Or none of it?
Finally, Tana dissed the overall track, quoting someone's opinion of "SFB":
I "Someone said that they’ve never heard a song embodiment of cat scratching trying to get out of a room."
How did Tana react to Stefanie Gurzanski, Phem (Liv Marsico) and Charlie DePew starring in the music video?
According to Tana, the person that Bella had asked to portray Tana in the video (Stefanie Gurzanski) allegedly has an intimate relationship with Bella.
I "I was just informed by a close and personal confidante, that in this video, Bella hired the new b***h she is f**king to play me."
I "Imagine, you’re f**king someone, and they’re like, ‘I need you to play my ex that I made this record about in this video. And also why you dating this b***h that looks enough like me?"
I "I don’t know why they keep hiring b***hes to play me. I’ll play me. I dated you. Come on, [...] it’s the least you could do."
(Bella and Stefanie's relationship status has not been confirmed, however).
Upon seeing Phem, Tana expressed her disappointment.
I "Phem? I didn’t even realize the people that would be starring in this. Damn, I f***ed with you, shawty. You liked my music. What the hell? Yeah, I love her. I’m sad. I liked her song too."
I "Charlie DePew is the first guy you see around the campfire. [...] He starred in my music video."
Will Tana ever upload a storytime about Bella Thorne?
If the reaction video manages to get 500,000 likes, Tana promises that she will "come back with all of our worst stories about Bella Thorne". (At the time of writing, the video has received over 202,000 likes).
Fans can read more about it here.
Fachana Techamaneewat is a news writer at Exclusive Hollywood and is responsible for researching and writing news articles while providing story updates wherever necessary.
Fun fact: On the weekends, she's an avid writer for practically anything. Her current obsession is the Umbrella Academy, and as of now, is writing a book.