YoungBoy says his chain snatchers are liars
YoungBoy Never Broke Again has responded to some men who claimed to have stolen his chain. After the jackers posted videos of themselves wearing his instantly recognizable NBA accessory, the rapper accused them of lying about how they got it.
YoungBoy doesn’t deny that it’s his chain, but he says the men didn’t take it from him. According to YoungBoy, the chain was snatched from an associate of his while the star was performing.
“You lil’ b*tch a** boy. You ain’t snatch sh*t off my neck. B*tch you snatched off his neck,” the rapper said while pointing the camera at the person who let his chain get got. “You ain’t snatch sh*t off my neck, f*ck wrong with you man. Don’t sit up there and lie. I ain’t tripping off all that sh*t. You know a n*gga ain’t never play with me like that.”
The snatchers posted videos to social media where they wore his chain and asked for 20-50 thousand dollars to return the chain. They said that the Baton Rouge rapper was “caught slippin” and they poked fun at him for losing his diamond-studded neckwear.
Here’s hoping that YoungBoy doesn’t go looking for his chain. The rapper just dodged a bullet when he was handed down a 10-year suspended sentence and three years probation for his part in a shooting in Baton Rouge.
The rapper pled guilty to a lesser charge after being brought up for attempted murder. During the sentencing, the judge laid into the “No Smoke” artist for his past and his decision-making.
“I wasn’t very happy with the circumstances of your case, not at all,” District Judge Bonnie Jackson told Youngboy, according to The Advocate.
“I take full responsibility for what happened. I’m sorry,” the star responded. “It wasn’t supposed to go that way.”
The judge also added that the rapper is helping spread violence via his music.
“Your genre has a lot to do with the mindset people have,” she said. “Your genre has normalized violence.”
However, Youngboy NBA told the judge that he’s trying to be better in order to support his children. Given the violent world that he came up in, it’s highly unlikely that he would rap about anything else.
“It was a challenge,” Gaulden recently said of growing up where he did. “Baton Rouge is all about staying alive. It don’t matter if you in that set or you out that set. Ain’t no hiding from gun violence. Ain’t no hiding from violence, period. It’s either jail or death, like literally. Ain’t no living out there.”
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He has since moved to New Orleans to distance himself from the violence and criminal activity in his hometown. Hopefully he won’t get dragged back into it by the neck, ending an otherwise promising career.
Check out YoungBoy’s response up top and note that he doesn’t mention giving the two dudes the money that they are asking for. Will YoungBoy retaliate for having his chain snatched? Do you believe YoungBoy’s story that the chain wasn’t snatched from him, but his friend who was watching it for him while he performed? Sound off in the comments and be sure to SHARE this article.