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Glorilla Responds To Reactions To Her Middle Name ‘Hallelujah’



Glorilla Trends After Fans Found Out Her Full Government Name Is Gloria Hallelujah Woods

Glorilla Trends After Fans Found Out Her Full Government Name Is Gloria Hallelujah Woods

Fast rising female rapper GloRilla, known for her top-hit, FNF (Let’s G0) is currently trending on social media after fans discovered that her real name is Gloria Hallelujah Woods.

It’s actually her middle name “Hallelujah” that has people talking. “Glorilla’s govt name being Gloria Hallelujah sends me to a place everytime I think about it. I really enjoy her lol,” someone tweeted.

Glorilla has now responded to the reactions. Taking to Twitter she simply wrote; “& why y’all acting like Ian been told y’all my middle name hallelujah? Dats why I’m so blessed & my pussy so good duhhhhhh !!!! Common damn sense.”


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“Gloria…HALLELUJAH?! I knew she was a prophet lol,” a fan wrote and she responded saying; “Exactly!! I be prophesying to the people.”

Woods released her mixtape album Most Likely Up Next in 2019 and her EP P Status in 2020. In April 2022, Woods found increased fame and popularity with the release of “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” with producer Hitkidd. The song went viral and led to a #FNFChallenge on TikTok.

A remix of the song featuring Latto and JT was released in September 2022, with the announcement that a remix with Saweetie would follow. In June 2022, Woods and Duke Deuce released the song “Just Say That.”

In July 2022, Woods signed with fellow Memphis rapper Yo Gotti’s record label Collective Music Group. She was featured on the compilation album Gangsta Art. In September 2022, Woods released the song “Tomorrow 2” featuring Cardi B.

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