Original: Blac Youngsta, a Memphis rapper, may have lost his record label agreement with Collective Music Group. According to No Jumper and other hip-hop media sites, the 31-year-old music artist was let go from Yo Gotti’s CMG.
For the time being, this information has not been proven and is only rumored. Hnhh reached out to a CMG representative but have not received any response yet.
Hundreds of rap fans reacted to rumors that Blac Youngsta getting dropped by Yo Gotti’s label. This happened after Gotti postponed his impending double-disc record. This was announced the day before Young Dolph’s shooting death, indefinitely.
Gotti had on-again, off-again beefs with Dolph for much of his career. It was reported that Gotti delayed the release of his record in order to pay respect to Dolph’s family, but this was never proven.
Blac Youngsta appeared to insult Dolph multiple times in the weeks following his murder. During a recent performance, he sang “Shake Sum,” his diss tune against Dolph, in front of a big crowd.
A few days later, he released his song “I’m Assuming,” along with a music video in which he travels around a cemetery and pauses in front of a headstone with Dolph’s surname, Thornton. Many people thought such a move was also insulting.
Fans are waiting for confirmation on whether the claims are true or not, as it has not yet been proven. Stay tuned to Thirsty for the most recent information about Blac’s exit from CMG.