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People are claiming that Blac Youngsta‘s latest video is a diss track for the late Young Dolph.
On Monday (Dec. 20), the Memphis rapper released the video for his song “I’m Assuming,” which is set in a graveyard.
Blac Youngsta raps in front of a crypt with Dolph’s family name—Thorton—on it during parts of the video.
Youngsta, who had a public spat with Dolph before his death last month, is facing backlash for allegedly disrespecting the late rhymer.
It’s unknown if the tombstone Blac Youngsta poses in front of in the video is real, but social media users don’t think the crypt that appears in Youngsta’s video and possibly belongs to a member of Dolph’s family is a coincidence.
Not Blac Youngsta wit dolph name on a tombstone in his new song😭 pic.twitter.com/q7tf3jnZFl
— ExcuseMyFrench®🇬🇭 (@swervingghoes) December 20, 2021
Blac Youngsta performed “Shake Sum,” his 2016 Young Dolph diss track, at Aces of Dallas nightclub last Friday (Dec. 17). Youngsta rapped the harsh lines addressed at Dolph without a backtrack at one point.
On Nov. 17, Young Dolph was shot and died inside Makeda’s Homemade Cookies, although he had a long-running dispute with Blac Youngsta and Yo Gotti, the head of CMG Records, the label to which Youngsta was signed.
While Young Dolph was in Charlotte, N.C. for the annual CIAA tournament in February 2017, his bulletproof SUV was fired over 100 times.
Blac Youngsta was arrested and charged in connection with the shooting, but Dolph was unharmed. Six counts of shooting a firearm into the occupied property were filed against him, as well as one count of felony conspiracy.
Youngsta’s accusations were dropped two years later, in May of 2019.
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