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NBA Youngboy and NoCap Beef Erupts on Social Media

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Beef has erupted between YoungBoy Never Broke Again and his artist NoCap.

On Friday morning (Nov. 18), the official Instagram account for NBA YoungBoy’s label called out an unnamed rapper.

“I pay attention to all that slick ass s**t you be doing and saying,” the post reads. “You a b***h a** n***a. What I call a real rapper? We don’t do music ’cause I don’t [f**k with you]. Stop speaking on me to these people. You my daddy artist. You a fu***ng worker b**ch, you ain’t my brother. F**k you. Pay me.”

Several hours later, Never Broke Again artist No Cap responded the post, which was apparently aimed at him.

“I see it’s my turn dis week huh?” NoCap wrote on his 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**in with ni***s who would’ve did whateva to see me win to stay loyal to yo hatin a**. [And] let me know what I owe u. I don’t recall u giving s**t.”

NoCap continued, “I took the blame for why we don’t do music cus I was tryna keep ya hater card clean but nah we really don’t do music cus he probably [scared] I’ll be bigger on some baby s**t. Bruh 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 kept dis s**t going on my own.”

YB has since responded to to NoCap’s reply, giving more context to the their issues.

“Jay-Z can’t out rap me boy, this ain’t bout no music,” he posted. “You just a scary b***h. I wanted revenged on the labels n***a. I’m holding over here. You ain’t even got 300k for yo tax bill clown. Just project yourself p***y.”

“You ran with me because I was popping at the moment,” he continued in a follow-up post. “S**t hit the fan you couldn’t even take a picture with Quando. You a b**ch. F**k you, n***a. Let yo mama love you.”

“Go make a song bout it b***h, make me some money. The show must go on,” he added.

Written by: Lofi Edit Team

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