Yo Gotti Artist Blac Youngsta Pulls Up With Guns & Goons Looking For Young Dolph

Blac Youngsta

It looks like Blac Youngsta was serious about harming Young Dolph, because he went to his neighborhood looking for him with a fairly large group.

Blac Youngsta, an artist of Yo Gotti’s Collective Music Group imprint, released several Instagram videos going at the Paper Route Empire boss on Wednesday, March 2.

“Dolph you a b!tch, you a soft a$$ n!gga, you nice a$$ n!gga.

if you got a problem n!gga, say you got a problem. Shake a$$, b!tch a$$ n!gga.

You ain’t no motherf*cking King of Memphis.

You ain’t the king of South Memphis. You ain’t from the city, b!tch!”

Blac says in one clip.

In the caption of the video he threatens to “smack the sh!t” out of Dolph when he sees him.

According to XXL, the beef stems from Dolph turning down Gotti’s offer to join CMG several years ago.

Since then there has been tension between the two.

In various interviews Dolph has denied there was beef, but on the same day Gotti released his “Art of Hustle” album, Dolph dropped his “King of Memphis” project.

Meanwhile, Dolph hasn’t given a full response yet, but he did show that he’s not too worried about all the threats.

Just hours ago, he posted a photo of himself laughing it up,

Instagram

probably to show people that Youngsta isn’t getting to him and yesterday he sent a tweet that pretty much indicated the same thing.

“It’s Dolphhhhhh,”

Twitter

wrote the Tennessee rapper.

Blac took his threats to another level by posting these latest videos

Instagram

For now you can check out one of the videos below.

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