Bullies beget bullies. Everybody has to look further down the chain for someone to pick on once they’ve been embarrassed. And given that YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s chain was literally just snatched off his neck (citation needed), it makes sense that would go picking fights with an ex.
While laid up with his new girlfriend, the rapper went in on his baby mama.
“You ugly,” he said of the mother of his children. “I’ll slap the f*ck out of you.”
This talk was a lot tougher than the one he gave to the dude who recently jacked his famous chain at a North Carolina show. After the man posted videos of himself wearing YoungBoy’s chain and asking for a ransom on it, NBA responded… but didn’t threaten him in the same way.
The rapper claimed that the thief was also a liar and that the chain was stolen from a friend who was holding it while he performed.
“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 go for a walk. “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.”
Given that YoungBoy is likely never seeing his favorite chain again, it makes sense that he’s in a mood. Then again, we’re not sure his baby mama is the best outlet for his frustration.
Change of Heart
His comments about his baby mama are a far cry from the story he was telling the judge earlier this year while being sentenced to probation and a 10-year suspended sentence in connection to a Baton Rouge drive-by shooting.
YoungBoy was doing his best to appear repentant at the sentencing and the judge didn’t make it easy for him. At every apology or commitment to change, the judge bristled and pushed back against the young rapper and the choices he had made up to this point.
“I wasn’t very happy with the circumstances of your case, not at all,” District Judge Bonnie Jackson told him.
Youngboy responded with an admission of guilt and an apology.
“I take full responsibility for what happened. I’m sorry,” he said. “It wasn’t supposed to go that way.”
The judge then laid into the rapper’s chosen profession, saying that Youngboy and his ilk normalize violence via their music. While he didn’t respond to this, the judge kept going. She took the rapper to task for having three children at the age of 17.
“I promise to do right,” he said, claiming that these children were a big part of the reason he was looking to turn away from crime. “I’m committed to my family.”
He could have fooled us with these comments about the mother of one of his children.
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