NBA Youngboy has been stirring the pot lately with disses allegedly aimed at NLE Choppa and Lil Durk. Over the past few weeks, the New Orleans rap star dropped two songs titled “Bring The Hook” and “Know Like I Know” that fans think may have subliminal messages aimed at the two rappers, and YoungBoy is still not done dropping messages.
On Wednesday (January 19), the Baton Rouge rapper appeared in a pair of photos showing him posing next to his hard-earned money that’s laid out to form specific phrases. In the first photo, which was initially posted on Instagram by Never Broke Again associate mgng10x a.k.a. Ben 10, YoungBoy lies down next to his money that spells out “you n-ggas gone die.”
The second picture shows YoungBoy squatting next to the phrase “stay safe.”
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NBA YoungBoy didn’t aim his ominous photoshoot at anyone specific, but the pictures were posted just days after he subliminally dissed NLE and Durkio on wax.
On “Know Like I Know,” YoungBoy seemingly addressed NLE Choppa after the Memphis native went on Instagram to clear up the confusion that he got beat up by a fan of the Top rapper.
“I bet your momma would be destroyed, n-gga, when we send your stupid ass to God for makin’ statements/Choosin’ sides about my beef with them lil boys/I can say I saw it, you can say I was your favorite, n-gga/Better stay up in your place bitch, fuck around get your face split,” he rapped.
NBA YoungBoy seemingly heard Durk’s IG comments and fired back on “Know Like I Know.”
“All these n-ggas tryna to be the biggest rapper/While I’m tryna wrap ’em in a body bag/With a toe tag in his last meetin’ with the pastor/I know a n-gga that got Instagram and Twitter/Still ain’t tryna master how they play wit’ me/And he know I play for keeps/Knowin’ I will clap ’em, I don’t give a fuck, my n-gga/Just like your friend you gon’ bite the dust, n-gga/You ain’t ready to see some brains layin’ around the club,” he taunted.
It’s important to note NBA YoungBoy will be dropping a new mixtape titled Colors on Friday (January 21). The money pictures could just be promotion for the new mixtape, but fans are keeping their eyes peeled.