King Yella and Fetty Wap have come to a resolution. Fetty hopped on FaceTime with Yella to apologize for rapping the controversial Tooka line in Chief Keef’s “Earned It” song.
Yella posted an online video stating Fetty is good with the Clout Boyz.
“100, salute to Fetty Wap,” Yella said. “…Bro got up with me, we chopped it up. …Bro said he really ain’t know.”
Yella said he respects Fetty for reaching out to him.
“…For a motherf****r to get up with you, that’s 100 percent real,” he said. “I respect a n***a like that.”
Turmoil erupted after the “Trap Queen” rapper posted a video of himself onto IG rapping Sosa’s popular record. He captioned his post, “Take a Tooka blunt den I burned it #chiefsosa.”
Tooka, born Shondale Gregory, was shot and killed Jan. 12, 2011 at a bus stop at 63rd and St. Lawrence in the Woodlawn neighborhood in South Side Chicago. He was 15.
Yella posted a video online letting Fetty know that “it’s not a game.”
“Fetty, motherf*****s f**k with your music, but you don’t get no pass listening to that Chief Keef s**t,” Yella said. “Bro, this Chicago. You see our murder rate. For real, this s**t ain’t no game, bro. We don’t play bro.”
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King Yella Reveals Fetty Wap Reached Out To Him Regarding The Tooka Controversy
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