The Game seems to take pleasure in discovering the media mentioning the supposed price demanded by YoungBoy Never Broke Again to appear on his latest album, Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind .
The Game refuses to pay for features
A few days ago, The Game took to Instagram to set the record straight. And more precisely to react to this rumor suggesting that his manager Wack 100 had taken the decision to remove the performance of NBA YoungBoy, supposed to appear on the title OPP , extracted from the album Drillmatic: Heart vs. Mind published by the rapper from Compton recently.
Excluded from the final tracklist , the song in question will have been overlooked because of the price claimed by YoungBoy , who would have asked for 150,000 dollars , and again, after having granted a nice discount, according to The Game: ” I didn’t never paid for a verse in my entire life, 200,000 dollars for a 16 bar, lol, never in my life! »
For his part, Wack 100 will mention a price set at $300,000 by YoungBoy: “ Sometimes there are times when you have to make boss decisions. And in YoungBoy’s defense, he charges $300,000 for a verse. This is its price. I can’t attack him, he gave us a great rate. He was going to do the music video and everything. »
By way of comparison, Megan Thee Stallion confided recently that she paid $250,000 for a verse by Future on her new album.