Ice Spice Is Clapping Back at Critics of Her Vanity Fair Party Dress — See Her Response!

The rapper had a thing or two to say to a social media user who criticized her "custom Dolce" dress

<p>Jon Kopaloff/Getty</p> Ice Spice

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Ice Spice

Ice Spice had a few choice words for a social media user who had critiques about one of her recent outfits.

On Monday, a fan posted a tweet expressing their disapproval of a dress that the “Deli” hitmaker, 24, wore to Sunday evening’s annual Vanity Fair party following the 2024 Oscars.

“I wish her stylist would try harder… same lace bodysuit back to back,” the person wrote in response to photos of Ice at the event.

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Ice (whose real name is Isis Naija Gaston) didn’t take too kindly to the message, adding one of her own.

<p>Lionel Hahn/Getty Images</p> Ice Spice attends the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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Ice Spice attends the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

“Lets see u b------ in custom dolce,” she wrote.

While posing for photos on the red carpet, the Bronx-born rapper stunned in a long-sleeved, floor-length, sheer black dress. Underneath, she wore a matching black bra and panty set.

Just after midnight the following day, Ice had a change of heart about her response to the tweet.

“Srry 4 bein a meanie i was only tryna hurt ur feelings bc u hurt mine :'P,” she posted on X (formerly known as Twitter).

And this isn’t the first time Ice has spoken out against social media trolls.

<p>John Sciulli/Getty Images</p> Ice Spice, The Double Club Los Angeles presented by Prada Mode, March 2024

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Ice Spice, The Double Club Los Angeles presented by Prada Mode, March 2024

Last summer, the “Barbie World” artist kindly shut down an X user who compared her facial features to that of a woman with Down syndrome. In a since-deleted photo, a social media user did a split picture of Ice and the woman together, seemingly saying they had similar looks.

Ice responded in support of the unidentified lady who was used in the edited image.

"U thought u ate but my sis cute asf," she wrote, while also reposting the initial tweet.

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In January, the Grammy-nominated artist visited the TODAY show where she announced that her debut LP would be released this year, and explained the project's title meaning.

“I’m so excited. It’s called Y2K,” she said. “I was [born on Y2K] and that’s why I decided to name it that,” referring to her birthdate of Jan. 1, 2000.

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty </p> Ice Spice, 2024 Grammys

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Ice Spice, 2024 Grammys

Last month, the “Princess Diana” rapper arrived at the 2024 Grammys wearing a 2000s-inspired Baby Phat outfit. The clothing line is owned by Kimora Lee Simmons, and was recently relaunched after it debuted in 1999.

The denim two-piece consisted of a furry jacket, and a skirt that featured a sexy slit in the middle and a train with distressed edges.

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