First Young Dolph used the 100 shots fired at him in Charlotte in February as inspiration for his new Bulletproof album.

And now Blac Youngsta has released his own track, taking aim directly at Dolph (even if he says he’s innocent in the shooting that he was arrested for earlier this week).

The Cocaine Music Artist turned himself into police after a warrant was put out for him, 23-year-old Frederick Black and 20-year-old Antavius Gardner in connection to the shooting that targeted the rival of his Cocaine Music Group boss, Yo Gotti.



After being briefly locked up in a Charlotte, North Carolina jail and receiving support from Young Thug, Blac posted bail and has already dropped a new track titled “Birthday” that proclaims his innocence.

The cover art features Dolph’s signature dolphin chain coupled with assault rifle bullets.

The CMG rapper also makes some bold claims.



“How you gonna go and shoot your own truck up and play dead for the night,” Blac spits. “And then press charges on me and tell the police I did that shit?”

According to reports, Youngsta’s attorney said the van connected to the shooting was rented in Youngsta’s name, but allegedly stolen before the attack.

Check out the Tay Keith-produced track above.


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