Yo Gotti says Blac Youngsta is a “BOSS” and “Can’t Be Dropped”
On Monday (Dec 27), rumors broke that Blac Youngsta had been kicked out of Yo Gotti’s Collective Music Group (CMG) label. Many fans were quick to presume that these were consequences of Youngsta’s recent moves that have been seen as disrespectful towards the late Young Dolph.
Yo Gotti later came through clearing the air on Tuesday (December 28) and denied the rumors. He shared a series of tweets reassuring the world that Youngsta is still under CMG. “LIL bro A BOSS He Can’t Be Dropped #CMG #HeavyCamp,” he tweeted.
The Memphis rapper also deemed the rumors to be “Fake News” before adding, “I’m seeing too much Rap [cap] on these blogs.” He went on to write, “P.s keep my name out all these rumors.”
Blac Youngsta has faced backlash in the past few weeks for his actions following the murder of Young Dolph, who had issues with Gotti in the past. It started when Youngsta performed his 2016 Dolph diss track “Shake Sum,” but things got even more heated when he dropped “I’m assuming” video that shows a headstone with the name Thornton on it, which is Dolph’s family name.