King Yella isn’t afraid of Migos Offset. Yella issued a message to the Atlanta rapper following their fall-out over Cardi B.
“Aye Offset, I’ma tell you like this,” he said. “I ain’t finna beef with you over no b***h. If we gon beef, make it personal. Let me know it’s personal. It ain’t about no b***h. I’m having fun. I’m laughing at you n****s.
Yella continued. “I ain’t ducking s**t. No what I’m saying. A motherf****r said I ain’t finna beef with you over no b***h. Obviously y’all man, know what I’m saying. I did what I did. If you see me, I’ll catch the fade with whoever. On my mama, we can do whatever.”
Yella doesn’t want his beef with Offset to result in gunplay. He’d much rather get in the gloves.
Yella challenged the “Fight Night” rapper to a boxing match. The SkeezeGang boss wants to Floyd Mayweather to set it up.
Yella wrote in his IG story, “If @offsetyrn really want smoke we can have @floydmayweather set it up.”
P. Rico got on the line with Yella to ease the tension between his JoJo World brother and Offset.
P. Rico is also friends with Offset. Rico linked with Migos when they were in Chicago for their scheduled Dec. 21, 2013 performance at Club Adriannas.
“I like The Migos bro,” P. Rico told King Yella. “Even before I went to jail, they seem cool. They cool guys. And they the guys, you feel me. I don’t know how n****s be over their b*****s and their wives though. N****s really getting married. You feel me.”
Yella said he didn’t respect the way Offset came at him during their call.
“Folks gotta tap in,” Yella said. “He tapped in, but when he tapped in, he tapped in on some gangster s**t.”
Rico agreed that Offset could’ve been better in his approach.
“I feel you,” Rico said. “He tapped in on the wrong way. …All I want you to do is stop beefing with this n****, and tell him look here, ‘If we gon beef over some beef, make it be personal, not over a b***h, you feel me.”
Yella seemed to take heed to Rico’s words.
Yella’s conversation with Rico comes after his FaceTime call with Offset. Offset called Yella to check him for dissing his girlfriend Cardi B.
Yella had an associate record him on FaceTime with Offset.
“Motherf****r think I’m a h** or something? What you saying though? Yo b***h inboxing motherf*****s talking about I’m a bozo,” Yella told Offset. “I don’t give a f**k about none of that s**t.”
Yella continued, “I’m not worried bout no n***a. We can link, get it on, whatever.”
Offset can be heard on the call, saying, “The Gangstas gon beat your ass.”
King Yella captioned his post, “I guess @offsetyrn & @iamcardib mad so now he wanna act tuff on gd y’all got the right guy. N***a callin my phone like I’m h**. #BIGYELLA KEEP EM MAD.”
Yella later posted a video, revealing Cardi B dissed him in a conversation with Billionaire Black.
“Motherf****r falling out over a b***h,” Yella said. “Wanna talk crazy. That’s Folks, b***h. I just talked to Blood. Cardi B all in [Billionaire Black] and all type of s**t, talking about I’m a bozo, I’m a goofy. So f**k both of y’all, so f**k both of y’all. Offset, you screaming this GD s**t, all that GD s**t, well tap in with the GDs. Acting all gangster. I saw real videos. I know real n***s, personally. What they call Quavo in the hood. Yanni.”
The Chi Town rapper wrote on IG, “We had yo b***h first @offsetyrn @iamcardib.”
Yella issued a message to his haters regarding his issues with Cardi B on social media Wednesday.
“I ain’t got no problem with Cardi. I’m just speaking facts,” Yella said. “My people say she don’t tap in no more. I inspired motherf*****s. I’m the reason motherf****s even wanted to rap. Motherf****s wasn’t rapping. Motherf*****s ain’t know nothing about no motherf****g rapping.
He continued, “Her and Offset doing their thing, right now. One of the two hottest motherf*****s in the game. But okay. Who gonna do something? Hating ass n****s.”
Yella released a song titled after Cardi B in February 2016.