Just like every year, the All-Star Weekend always ends up being highly successful, but never without some scandals surrounding it. Atlanta became a hotspot after many celebrities hosted events throughout the city.

While many people shared their photos partying hard with celebrities all around them, others shared the mishaps that they witnessed. The rap community lost the rapper Chucky Trill in a shoot-and-run on a highway.

Models usually want to capture the highlight whenever there’s a chance. However, just because they can post stunning photos of themselves in parties with all branded clothes and gear doesn’t really mean that they have enough financial capacity to afford a ride home. Such was the unfortunate case of “Yazz Theestallion.”

Miss Yazz Theestallion made a GoFundMe on her name wanting donations so that she can go back home to New York with the soft cap of $1,500. Her post was taken down after she managed to rack up $1,600 in donations.

I went to Atlanta for all star weekend with $400 only booked a one way because I was waiting on my unemployment to pay my way back but they baited I need help surviving and making back home to New York please anything will help!!!

While it seems like these women were desperately trying to have money to get to their homes, Lil Yachty & 50 Cent called BULLSH*T! Both the rappers couldn’t stop themselves and made different posts clowning Yazz. Lil Yachty took to TikTok and said:

Why did you go? You shoulda stayed home. Anybody that want to help this poor girl, they shouldn’t because you shoulda stayed home. You shoulda stayed home!

Fifty also took to Instagram where he gave his hilarious reaction to Yazz having to open a GoFundMe.

Yazz Theestallion also had reacted over on Facebook after other woman started copying her and used her GoFundMe tactic to get some funding.

Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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