AceShowbiz - NBA YoungBoy (YoungBoy Never Broke Again) brought up Jay-Z's name amid his beef with NoCap and people were not amused by that. The Baton Rouge native was trolled by online users after saying Hov can't outrap him.
"Jay-Z can't out rap me boy," the 23-year-old wrote on Instagram Story. "This ain't bout no music you just a scary b***h I wanted revenge on the labels n***a. I'm holding over here you ain't even got 300k for yo tax bill clown just protect yourself p***y."
"You play industry chess but just don't know this game ain't got no loyalty," the emcee, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, added. "These rappers gone kill yo p***y a**."
The statement didn't sit well with many people. "Children of today talk too much," one person argued. "how jayz even get dragged in this," another questioned, "bro stay minding his business bruh." Someone else echoed the sentiment, "Jay Z is somewhere on a yacht minding his billionaire business."
The criticism continued with one writing, "Nah Jay is very different from you my guy he on a whole different level." A different individual penned, "He must have dented his forehead a little too hard talking about Jay z can't out rap him." Another person then mocked, "Please go change a diaper and chill…"
YoungBoy is feuding with NoCap due to money issues. The Mobile artist, who is signed to Never Broke Again and Atlantic Records, has clapped back at the former by writing on his own Instagram Story, "I never did u nun bad I screamed free you before and after every venue/club... I carried dis s**t when u was gone. I stop f**kin' with n***as who would've did whatever to see me win to stay loyal to yo hatin a** & let me kno what I owe u, I don't recall u givin s**t."
"I took the blame for why we don't do music [cause] I was tryna keep yo hater card clean but nah we really don't do music," he added. "Bru told Atlantic he wanted money for the feature on Mr. Crawford. U never supported me u posted my s**t once, I been [signed] to NBA for 3 years, but I'm raw so I kept dis s**t goin on my own."