Artists Drake, J. Cole, and Lil Yachty are the targets of YoungBoy’s ire on his latest single, “Fuck The Industry Pt. 2.” On Friday (May 12), the rapper from Baton Rouge dropped his newest album, Richest Opp, which has a song full of verbal darts at numerous prominent artists. Initially, YoungBoy labels Drake a “bitch” and a “enemy,” saying that despite Drake’s high praise for Lil Durk’s songs, he refused to collaborate with him.
If you FaceTime Drake and he’s not feeling you, try telling him this: I was starting to feel like crap when he told me he fucked with Durk. Tells me he appreciates my work but is unable to collaborate; adds, “When our paths cross, fuck what you say, bitch, you my enemy.” Drizzy has worked with YoungBoy’s opponent Durk, on songs like 2020’s “Laugh Now Cry Later” and on Certified Lover Boy’s “In the Bible.” A few lines later, NBA YoungBoy calls J. Cole, who featured on Durk’s new track “All My Life,” also released on Friday, a “ho” for allegedly ghosting him after the two had planned to collaborate. Rapping, “J a ho, that n-gga played it cold, like he was gon’ do a feature/ So I texted his line, a muscle sign, I swear it’s gon’ be nice to meet you,” he says, “it’s gon’ be nice to meet you.”
According to a March 2021 report from Akademiks, J. Cole waited in the studio for NBA YoungBoy for eight hours before giving up and leaving. It took J. Cole eight hours to wait for YoungBoy to show up in the studio, according to Ak. “YoungBoy failed to appear. Facts. This is the truth! I hear n-gga is your favorite rapper. J. Cole? He spent eight hours in the studio recording with YoungBoy. YoungBoy failed to appear. Permit me to treat YoungBoy fairly. Not to put too fine a point on it, but J. Cole is simply a rapper. YoungBoy, he said, “be going through stuff. He’s out there, experiencing life, and dealing with crap. In the studio, YoungBoy said, “Yo, my energy is not fit to be with that guy.” J. Cole wasn’t the focus. Simply put, he was not suited to be in that setting due to his own circumstances. At the end of the vicious tune, NBA YoungBoy attacks Lil Yachty over his past involvement with City Girls’ JT. Among his many verses is the following: “Bitch, play with me, Lil Yachty mad about JT, f-ggot/ Bitch, play with me, half of y’all ain’t got more money than me.”
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