Written by: Khalif Thompson
Today in Hip Hop News, we report yet another online feud after the recent release of American rapper NBA Youngboy’s diss song: I Hate Youngboy.
The track, racking up over 15 million views only after being released for a little over a week, reigned supreme after Youngboy’s reckless nature dissing some popular heads in the music game including Lil Durk, Lil Baby, and more.
In Baton Rouge, a feud has erupted after NBA YoungBoy publicly blasted Boosie Badazz on the track for not making an attempt to maintain their connection, rapping on a single, "Feel like Boosie don't even like me, b****, don't call my phone (F*** you)." Boosie retaliated with a couple bullets of his own.
The title of his current single, "I Don't Call Phones, I Call Shots," appears to be a clear reference to NBA YoungBoy. Boosie spoke about more than just the young Baton Rouge rapper, but this one was clearly written with YoungBoy in mind.
“First and last time speaking on this,” Boosie raps. “If you felt that way, why you ain’t call me on my phone number?/Bit** you know you wrong, clearin’ all these n***as songs/Don’t go clear a n***a’s song, but fake it like you a n***a dog/That’s that fake shit/Don’t speak on me no more lil’ n***a, you know I don’t go for that/Let’s keep it real dog, you was a ho for that.”
YoungBoy Never Broke Again has yet to reply to the new diss song.