NBA Youngboy is not one to hold his tongue and he definitely showed it today after a fan included some characteristics in a tweet that hit too close to home for him!
The innanet has been in an uproar about how female artists are navigating the music space, and spitting bars that are a lil’ explicit, and one hottie had to come to Megan Thee Stallion’s defense while simultaneously coming for NBA YoungBoy.
“Megan Thee Stallion is literally a college student on a mission to save the planet while promoting girl power and y’all mad about her lyrics when it’s 20 years old rappers with 8 kids and STD’s that rap about eating cereal bowls of percs, but of course the black woman is the bad example..”
Apparently, NBA YoungBoy thought the shoe fit a lil’ too snug, and his response was not so pretty for the timeline.
“B*tch the world need to stop,” YoungBoy replied. “P**sy a** h**s don’t even be knowing me I ain’t yo example b*tch play with (your) daddy.”
Although the girl did not mention YB, he clearly took offense to the tweet and made it clear that he is not here to be an example for anybody, in regular NBA YoungBoy fashion.
The conversation erupted online after CeeLo Green expressed his displeasure with the way female artists are presenting themselves now-a-days. As we previously reported, CeeLo made some remarks about female artists not being the examples they could be, and contributing to a “shameless” and “desperate” culture of music.
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TSR STAFF: Danielle J! @prettyaries16 ______________________ #Roommates, earlier this week, #CeeLoGreen caused an uproar on social media when he made comments about women who are currently in the music industry, specifically hip hop. Following the intense backlash, CeeLo has now offered a clarification and an apology. _______________________ CeeLo Green, while promoting his new project, stated his opinions on the current state of women in the music industry. He labeled them as “shameless” and desperate”—and as expected, the backlash was immediate. Well now, taking to his Instagram, he has come forward to set the record straight on what he actually meant. _______________________ CeeLo posted the following: “There seems to be a misunderstanding with a quote taken from an interview I did a few days ago while promoting my new project. …I’m an advocate of artistic freedom and expression. I would never disrespect (female artists) by any means. I acknowledge them all as powerful, beautiful, and influential women…and professionals. He continued, adding: “I wholeheartedly apologize to each of them for-Click The Link In Bio To Read More! 📸: (@gettyimages)
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