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Nate Hill slams Addison Rae and refuses to apologize for diss track

by Jacob Hale
Instagram: natehill / addisoneasterling

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After facing a barrage of backlash for posting a video of a song, in which he said “there are better girls than Addison Rae” and he “sees hotter girls every day,” FaZe Clan streamer Nate Hill has explained why he won’t apologize for the diss track.

Immediately after posting the TikTok video to Twitter, Hill was inundated with a variety of responses, but the resounding response was that the now-deleted tweet – which you can view in our initial coverage – was simply out of line.

After Rae herself explained why videos such as these can be hurtful, and a multitude of personalities called him out for it, Hill deleted the tweet, but in a stream later that day he explained why he doesn’t need to apologize for it.

Instagram: addisoneasterling
Addison has become an online sensation thanks to her TikTok content – but it doesn't look like Nate Hill is a fan.

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After a viewer asked whether he’s going to apologize, Nate simply said “No, I don’t think I owe an apology. I didn’t insult her.” He went on to say: “I don’t think you guys understand. I didn’t insult her body or her looks. You can take the words whatever way you want to do them and mix it however you want to do it.”

The overall message Nate was trying to get across was that he doesn’t owe Rae an apology because he doesn’t think he did anything wrong, and that it wasn’t intended to insult or hurt the TikTok star in any way.

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Elsewhere in the stream, the track was a huge topic throughout, with many of his viewers sitting on either side of the fence in regards to how they feel about it.

One viewer also asked whether he would be deleting the track, but he confirmed he wouldn’t because he’s “proud of it.” The Fortnite star also reiterated that he’s not hating on her, but that she’s “selling garbage to children” and that he “doesn’t like the example it sets for little girls.”

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While many in the streaming world have expressed their dismay at Nate’s track, he doesn’t appear to believe he’s in the wrong and is sticking by his guns, proud of the work he put into the track.

Although Rae spoke briefly on the topic immediately after the fact, she’s not requested an apology and it’s unclear yet whether she will speak openly on it again, but she was clearly disappointed that it happened in the first place, and Nate might think twice before uploading anything similar.