Yo Gotti denies rumors about Blac Youngsta’s dismissal from his label

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On Tuesday, Yo Gotti dispelled rumors that he fired Blac Youngsta from his Collective Music Group (CMG) label over the artist’s conduct of late.

Blac Youngsta wanted to make his comeback with his resounding title. To do so, he tried to elicit a response from Young Dolph fanatics who were outraged that Youngsta desecrated the missing rapper’s rest webpage. Indeed, Youngsta’s latest clip showed him standing at the grave of the late Young Dolph who was killed last November. 

Subsequently, a strange rumor began to circulate that Youngsta had been fired from the CMG label, owned by Yo Gotti, who is coincidentally a nemesis of Young Dolph.

Yo Gotti denies the rumors

While no formal denial has yet been made, Yo Gotti , on the other hand, reacted to these claims and showed that Youngsta was still part of Collective Music Group.

On Twitter, he denounced blogs for posting misinformation . “I see too much rap on these blogs… Fake News,” he said. Gotti then added that Blac Youngsta was a centerpiece of the game, and that he would not be left behind.

« LIL bro A BOSS He Can’t Be Dropped #CMG #HeavyCamp…Let a Real N ! xxa WIN in Peace », a-t-il mentionné avant d’ajouter : « P.s Keep my name out all these rumors ».

The conflict between Youngsta and Young Dolph goes back a long way, with the previous one previously accused of taking pictures of Dolph’s automobile with 100 bullets. But the charges against him were subsequently dropped, and he did not serve any sentence for the alleged act. 

Young Dolph was shot and killed on November 17, 2021 in Memphis, Tennessee, while shopping for cookies for his children. The rapper was 36 years old and left his wife and two children. 

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