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Griffin Johnson’s debut song spills XL tea on Dixie D’Amelio & Noah Beck

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Griffin Johnson, a member of Sway House, has finally come out with his debut song. He is not a singer but he surprised everyone with the news a few weeks ago. Coincidence? We don’t think so. The news arrived after his breakup with Dixie D’Amelio. And many fans thought that he is just doing it to show Dixie that he can be a singer too. Turns out, the song really throws major shade and spills XL (extra-large) cup of tea on the “relationship” between Dixie D’Amelio & Noah Beck. In fact, Griffin has addressed all the accusations, allegations and the hatred he received since the breakup, in his song.

Griffin Johnson snapped in his debut song: Convenient

Dixie D’Amelio released the official remix music video of her first song, Be Happy, on 20th September. Almost at the same time, Griffin Johnson tweeted his fans to get ready for something he was about to do.

Griffin Johnson

We thought he was going to react to Dixie’s music video, and her kiss with Noah Beck. He did that, definitely did that, but spiced it up by releasing his debut song the fans have been waiting for. The song, Convenient, conveniently addresses the cheating allegations as well as how people just hear one side of the story only. And by doing that, they start throwing hate at the other person who preferred to stay silent.

Now, we all know Dixie D’Amelio was very vocal about her breakup with Griffin Johnson. She even released her last “date” vlog with Griffin, a date that was not thoroughly planned by him. Anyways, Griffin Johnson is here with a song that has fatal lyrics and not-so-good vocals. It’s the concept that matters.

I’m not here to say I’m sorry
I’m not even gonna ask
You’re the one that didn’t want me
But I ain’t tryna win you back

Oopsie!

She said I cheated
That’s just fucked up
But you believed it
Ain’t that convenient?

She took it out of context
Now my heart’s in the comments
Now you can say I’m heartless
But you don’t know what a heart is

All kinds of shade at Dixie D’Amelio & Noah Beck

There have been screenshots of Griffin Johnson’s snaps going viral on the internet, where he asked a girl for her toe pictures. He even confessed to sending that message, and did not deny it. However, he also confirmed that this issue is taken out of context. Griffin said that he makes “send toes” jokes all the time and it was just a joke.

On the other hand, Dixie and Noah Beck have been almost inseparable since the day she broke up with Griffin. They have been interviewed millions of times by the tabloids, and they claim that they are only friends.

You don’t think I No-ah
But I know a little bit
Yeah I’mma f*cking glow up
Why you rollin’ with a git?
You text when I’m even writing this song
Like you know the difference between right and wrong
Told me congrats for hitting a million
But if I’m being honest
I just want you gone

Well, that’s a direct shade at Noah Beck. You No-ah that, right? He also shaded Dixie for sharing their private life on the internet. In fact, Griffin Johnson also called out Dixie D’Amelio and Noah Beck’s claims of just being close friends.

You hung all the dirty laundry
Out for everyone to see
Hundred milly know the story
But they don’t know the history
If only they could read between all the lines
If only their eyes saw what I see in mine
You say you love me but you turn and went ghost
You said you’re just friends but you’re wearing his clothes

Okay, turns out Dixie D’Amelio wears Noah Beck’s clothes. Can we normalize best friends sharing their clothes though? Just saying.

Well, what do you think of Griffin Johnson’s is-it-a-diss-track? Is there trouble in Sway House now that Griffin has called out Noah? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

 

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