NBA YoungBoy has said he plans to move his whole family to Europe, and that he plans to “stack” some serious cash to make that happen.
In a short post on Instagram, YoungBoy said he wants to put everything the United States has to offer behind him.
“We got to stay prayed up I really want to move Europe with my family once all of this put behind me,” he wrote on his Story. “I’m stacking money until then!!”
Check out NBA YoungBoy’s post below:
NBA YoungBoy wants to move his family to Europe 😯https://t.co/52WCdDsvQrpic.twitter.com/ABgwYz77P3
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) December 27, 2022
NBA YoungBoy admittedly has a lot to put behind him, including some newfound issues with Bobby Shmurda, which started a few weeks ago when they began sparring online over comments Rowdy Rebel had made about Quando Rondo affiliate Lul Tim, who has been accused of killing King Von in November 2020.
“When King Von died, that Lul Tim n-gga, he didn’t have to get out of the car and start squeezing right away,” Rowdy said during a recent interview with Math Hoffa. “How much hate you have already to kill this man? You had the upper hand … but you already chose the murder route.”
While YoungBoy pushed back on Rebel’s claims and supported Lul Tim and Quando Rondo’s camp, Shmurda joined in the discussion and dissed both NBA YoungBoy and Quando Rondo on Instagram Live.
YoungBoy and Shmurda then began trading vicious jabs on social media. Tensions hit a boiling point when Shmurda claimed he was ready to “boom” the Top rapper, along with Wack 100 and Akademiks.
While tensions fizzled for the time being time, on Friday (December 23), YoungBoy reignited his beef with Shmurda on the third episode of his YoungBoy 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 the New York rapper.
“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.”
However, Shmurda laughed off these comments in a post on his Instagram Live.
“I ain’t gon’ respond to this n-gga,” he said in part. “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.”
Beefs aside, YoungBoy also had a lot of reasons to celebrate in 2022. He just dropped off a new project called Lost Files, his eighth full-length release of 2022 and the follow-up to October’s Ma’ I Got a Family. The rapper was at one point flirting with the idea of dropping 10 mixtapes this year, before admitting last month he “ran out of rhymes.”