Earlier today (Aug. 9), TMZ shared a video of a run-in with Yo Gotti and his bolstered entourage while he was leaving iHeartRadio in NYC. During the short walk to a waiting vehicle, the Memphis rapper was asked about his feelings for Angela Simmons, giving the off-screen reporter a short but direct response. “She’s the one,” he said before chuckling to himself. He also promised that his significant other’s upcoming birthday in September will be nothing short of spectacular. “You already know… we’re gonna give her the world,” the beaming beau stated defiantly about Rev Run’s daughter before driving off in an SUV.
One particular moment that the TMZ rep mentioned during the exchange was Yo Gotti‘s recorded visit to Power 106 in Los Angeles, where he spoke on his new mixtape, the DJ Drama-backed I Showed U So, his Collective Music Group-signed artist GloRilla, and much more. Simmons called him midway through, and his decision to halt the interview to answer the call garnered him praise on social media.
Released on Friday (Aug. 4), I Showed U So notably contains a single titled “The One,” an ode to the 35-year-old reality star-turned-entrepreneur. “Can I watch you count $5 million in your lingerie? F**k a rose, this a Rolls-Royce, every day like Valentine’s Day,” he raps on the Yung Dee-produced offering. A matching video for the emotionally charged track shows Gotti and Simmons living it up on a tropical getaway.
As previously reported by REVOLT, the couple made their blossoming relationship public back in January, sharing images together on New Year’s Day. Their posts were subsequently flooded with comments from fans and supporters, many of whom referenced Gotti’s classic line from the 2015 hit “Down In The DM.” “Boy, I got a crush on Angela Simmons, they like, ‘D**n Gotti, you bold,’ f**k it, I’m gon’ let the world know,” the lyric read.
If you missed it, you can check out I Showed U So, “The One,” and another recent clip for “Pop My S**t” below.
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