Recently, Blac Youngsta found himself in hot water on social media following footage of the Memphis rapper performing “Shake Sum,” a standout track from 2016’s Young & Reckless that was aimed at the late Young Dolph. As previously reported by REVOLT, Youngsta soon took to Instagram to double down on his decision:
“IM THE TYPE OF NI**A WHO AIN’T NEVA SAT BACK AND LOOKED FOR NOBODY TO FEEL SORRY FA ME! I COME FROM THE HEART OF SOUTH MEMPHIS WHERE YOU GET NO SYMPATHY, DONT EVEN KNOW WHAT THAT IS… WITH THAT BEING SAID I COULD GIVE 2 FUCKS WHAT THE WORLD THINK BOUT ME…”
He even addressed last month’s rumors about his grandmother being attacked in her home as a direct result of Dolph’s passing:
“WHEN THE FALSE ALLEGATIONS CAME OUT LATE LAST MONTH ABOUT SUM HAPPENING TO HER HOUSE SHE WAS HOSPITALIZED THE DAY BEFORE THAT SICK AS CAN BE, I TOOK ALL THREATS & HOPES THAT SHE DONT MAKE IT FROM ALL TYPE OF PEOPLE IDK.”
“All that throwin’ them slick shots on the ‘Gram, that’s how you end up dead, and I don’t got no love for no pussy nigga, I want off with his head, and I don’t give no fuck ’bout what you rep, you know my opps they bled, I done bust out shots for all the niggas ’cause all the niggas was scared, ask me what I rep, I rep that red, black ain’t far from red, nigga tried to clip me like some jury, ski mask on his head…”
Press play on the official video for “I’m Assuming” below, which comes courtesy of GT Films and sees a defiant Blac Youngsta delivering his bars in a cemetery.