On Friday (December 23), YoungBoy hosted the third episode of his Never Broke Again Radio show on Amazon’s App platform. During the episode, Blueface made an appearance and asked the Baton Rouge rapper about his apparent beef with Shmurda.
“You ain’t even strong enough to do this with me, bruh,” YB said about the Brooklyn rapper. “I’ma stay out your way, bruh. I’m going to stay the fuck out of your way.”
He continued: “‘Cause I see you let these White people stuck you stupid-ass in jail and let you out and give you not one thing. And now you ready to kill somebody and go back to jail.”
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It didn’t take long for Shmurda to respond, taking to his Instagram Stories to call out both NBA YoungBoy and Blueface.
“Gang bangers is blogging about Bobby Shmurda together,” he laughed. “I ain’t gon’ respond to this n-gga. This n-gga is a reality star on TV show,” he added, possibly referring to Blueface and his reality series Crazy in Love with his on-again-off-again partner Chrisean Rock.
He went on: “I’m not to respond to this n-gga. There’s no way, I’m too gangsta … you can’t pay me a billion dollars to suck nobody’s dick. You can’t pay me a billion dollars to do nothing outside of my morals. Meaning, I can’t talk about the next n-gga for no money.”
You can check out Bobby Shmurda’s response below:
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The spat between the two rappers is believed to have started after Rowdy Rebel’s recent appearance on Math Hoffa’s My Expert Opinion, where the GS9 representative questioned the actions of King Von’s alleged killer, Lul Tim, an affiliate of NBA YoungBoy and Quando Rondo.
NBA YoungBoy later appeared to respond to Rowdy Rebel’s comments on his Instagram Stories, writing: “I see why n-ggas irrelevant today[.] ‘Be trying to make all the sense thinking what they saying real but sounding stupid asf’ Just mind yo businesses[.] And stop the violence – Quando big brother.”
The follow day, Bobby Shmurda appeared to diss Quando Rondo, who referenced Lul Tim’s alleged slaying of Von on 3860, his new collaborative album with NBA YoungBoy.
“N-ggas be jacking everybody other shit. What you doing? What you doing, homie?” he asked in clip posted to his Instagram Stories. “Stop telling me about your brother’s shooters and your brother’s this and you always — what the fuck do you do? Huh?! When are you finally gonna do something?”
NBA YoungBoy responded via his own Instagram Stories, calling Bobby “Von Shmurda” and a “slave.”
NBA YoungBoy issued a lengthier response to Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel in a series of Instagram Story videos, referring to Rowdy as a “perm-having bitch” and Bobby a “flunk-ass n-gga.”
He also called out Bobby for not being a true supporter of King Von, while reiterating he doesn’t want to get dragged into a beef with the GS9 duo.
Bobby Shmurda fired back on Instagram Live, claiming he’s “2 and 0 for the year” before threatening to “boom” NBA YoungBoy, Wack 100 and DJ Akademiks. Then after receiving a call from his parole officer, Bobby Shmurda retracted some of his previous statements, claiming in a goofy voice that he was just “playing.”
The online feud continued for a little while longer, with Bobby turning his attention to the major label system, accusing NBA YoungBoy’s former label, Atlantic Records, of using “bots” to pad the rapper’s stats.
“Atlantic Records, I know y’all got NBA YoungBoy. Epic already on my ass, Roc Nation. Listen, please. Atlantic Records, I don’t want no problems,” he said. “Y’all n-ggas already got my fucking YouTube hacked, down. Got my muthafucking SoundCloud, everywhere. You can’t even type in Bobby Shmurda and my shit pop up. Only ‘Hot N-gga’ because Epic owns it.
“I don’t want no problems because these labels, man. They got the marketing side where some people are going to try to push to get you locked up where they don’t want me to fight back. Then they got the marketing with the bots. Atlantic got the best bots. Atlantic’s bots is crazy. NBA’s bots bout to go crazy. 1,000 bots is something like $2,000. They got packages.”
NBA YoungBoy responded by posting a screenshot of a private DM conversation with Bobby Shmurda along with the caption: “‘Blocked’ before you can even say another word I just want you to win crazy man @itsbobbyshmurda go follow bro #stoptheviolence.”
The back-and-forth eventually fizzled out after NBA YoungBoy deactivated his Instagram page. Bobby Shmurda’s Instagram posts have also since been removed.