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NBA YoungBoy Documentary by Trap Lord Ross Has Everyone Talking

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, the British YouTube sensation and self-proclaimed hip-hop aficionado, has once again made headlines in the industry with the release of his latest documentary, this time focusing on NBA YoungBoy. Uploaded on his YouTube channel just two days ago, on September 13th, (2023), this documentary is an astonishing 6 hours long. However, before the release, Trap Lord Ross found himself in the eye of a storm.

's fans are known for their intense loyalty, and they didn't hold back when it came to expressing their displeasure. Death threats and warnings not to release the documentary flooded in, but Trap Lord Ross remained undaunted. He's got his own unique perspective on things.

Trap Lord Ross considers himself a student of . He's not just out here making videos for kicks; he's serious about it. He immerses himself in the rap game, does his research, and does his homework before crafting his content. While some folks label him a “ vulture,” he sees himself as nothing more than a passionate fan of the industry.

Now, let's get to the heart of the controversy. The new NBA YoungBoy documentary is currently revolving around allegations of murder, and Trap Lord Ross is accused of trying to frame him for these crimes. These accusations started flying even before the documentary dropped, with some fans convinced that Trap Lord Ross was out to get YB.

In response to these claims, Trap Lord Ross had this to say: “Okay, folks, the moment has finally come. The documentary on YoungBoy is about to drop. I'm about to hit the button, press that red upload button, and I'm nervous, I'll admit. I honestly don't know what's going to happen next; it's going to be crazy. I want to thank everybody who helped put this piece together, even those who prefer to remain nameless. This has been a lot of blood, sweat, and tears. It's the longest, deepest piece I've ever made, and it's taken me to a whole other level.”

He goes on to say, “I've listened to every song, watched every interview, dissected everything, and I've got to be honest with you, nobody's touching this guy. YoungBoy might just be the best rapper alive right now. I know some people will say I'm a dick rider, but I've also dealt with plenty of haters. But you know what? You're not going to stop me from doing what I do best.”

The YouTuber explained that the information he presents in his documentary is already public knowledge. If rappers talk about certain actions in their songs, he believes he has every right to analyze their careers. He firmly dismisses any notion that he's trying to frame YoungBoy for murders.

The documentary, titled “Young Boy: Real Killer or Fake Gangster,” aims to answer this critical question, one that's been on the minds of many fans for a long time. It's a question that's been asked repeatedly on forums, Reddit, and in casual conversations. Trap Lord Ross is determined to provide his take on it.

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But here's the thing – Trap Lord Ross's work is about examining what's already out there in the public domain. He isn't making things up; he's just connecting the dots that are already there. It's like when a rapper openly talks about their actions in their songs; Trap Lord Ross simply shines a light on it.

The YouTuber believes that if he can uncover this information, it's likely within the purview of authorities as well, considering it's part of the public record, as he explains.

The YoungBoy documentary comes shortly after the widely watched King Von documentary. In Von's documentary, Trap Lord Ross talked a lot about the late rapper and even called him a “serial killer.” Many people watched this documentary, both fans of Von and folks who didn't like how the YouTuber does things. But it seems like all the talk and disagreement about it has made Trap Lore Ross even more committed to doing his work.

Now, the six-hour documentary is out and available for everyone to watch on Trap Lord Ross's YouTube channel. He begins the video with a warning about its content, acknowledging themes of violence, death, and gang activity, all while explaining that it's meant for educational purposes and doesn't intend to glamorize the gang lifestyle.

In just two days, the documentary has already garnered over 2 million views, proving once again the impact that Trap Lord Ross has in the world of hip-hop analysis and discussion. Whether you agree with his methods or not, he's certainly got everyone talking.

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Written by: Silvia Tine

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