Over the weekend, Blac Youngsta puckered a few feathers as he performed his 2016 Young Dolph Diss album, Shake Sum, at Aces of Dallas nightclub in Dallas, Texas. A video popped up after the performance and people started sharing their opinion online, where some felt they were disrespectful to the late rapper. However, it doesn’t look like Youngsta will stop performing any of his biggest hits.
He posted a long message on IG reminding people of his upbringing in Memphis. “I’m the type of n ** a who never leans back and doesn’t look for anyone to take pity on me! I come from the heart of South Memphis where you get no pity, you don’t even know what it is … Other than that, I could give two shits what the world thinks of me, “he wrote.
Youngsta also first spoke about rumors that his grandmother’s house was gunned down on November 17, the day Dolph died. “My grandma is damn close on her deathbed now, but I can’t get on the internet to cry about it or search for the world that feels sad for a mermaid. When the false allegations came out late last month that something had happened to her house, she was hospitalized the day before, ”he wrote.
He went on, “Sick as possible. I accepted all the threats and hopes that she wouldn’t make it through to IDK from all kinds of people. ”If you recall, rumors surfaced on the internet that the Prive restaurant was also shot by Yo Gotti’s mother. WMC Action News5 reporter Hannah Wallsmith said the rumors were false. According to Hip Hop DX, Youngsta & Dolph’s beef dates back to 2017. Youngsta has reportedly been looking into its Collective Music Group (CMG) label boss, Yo Gotti, and Young Dolph’s troubles. Roommate, leave a comment and let us know what you think about Blac Youngsta’s stance on performing the song.
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