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Young Dolph Disses Yo Gotti and Blac Youngsta In Trouble’s ‘Ready (Remix)’



Young Dolph addressed his beef with Yo Gotti and Blac Youngsta in his guest feature on Trouble’s “Ready (Remix).”

Dolph opens his verse, rapping, “All of my n****s, they ready/Y’all some p*****s, y’all scary/All on the Internet telling/Tryna have a real n***a jailing/Sh*t round my neck so heavy/I’ma keep dripping sauce, spaghetti.”

Dolph later goes on to rap, “Any n***a that record when it’s time for gangster sh*t, he the police/And I f****d your boss man’s baby mama in the same hotel for four weeks/Never send a little boy to take care of grown man business/If I was you I’d be mad at me too, so I ain’t trippin.”



A few weeks ago, Blac got at Dolph in an IG video over the “King Of Memphis” title.

“Aye man, I’ma keep this sh*t G, bruh,” he said. “Dolph, you a b***h. You a soft ass n***a. You nice ass n***a. If you got a problem, say you got a problem. Shake ass, b***h ass n***a. You ain’t no king of Memphis. You ain’t no king of South Memphis. You ain’t from the city, b***h!”

Dolph is suspected of sneak dissing Gotti on Twitter a few weeks ago. Dolph proclaimed himself King of Memphis and announced his album would be titled the same.



Dolph sat down with Hip Hops Revival to speak on his royal title and whether there are any issues between himself and Gotti.



“It’s just how I was feeling at the time,” he said. “The present moment right now. It is what it is. All of my dogs kings. Everybody that associate with me, deal with me on a day-to-day basis, they feel like they a king. You taking care of business, you feeding your fam, you doing yo thing, all about your business, your responsibilities in life, you can’t do nothing but feel like a king. I know that’s what I am. Ain’t no sense in me beating around the bush.”

Dolph said he’s the next best thing to pop in Memphis.

“I’m the new one. I’m the one right now,” he said. “I’m the last one to break out my city and go crazy with this sh*t. Not only that, I done did this sh*t a whole nother way that ain’t no other ever did before. All the artist that broke and just blew up and got to the level where I’m on right now, they was in situations where they was in deals with labels. That’s the difference between me and a lot of artists that came out the city.”

Dolph said his controversial tweets don’t apply to Yo Gotti. According to him, it’s just how he felt at the time.

“Really, it ain’t no issue with me,” he said. “It’s just how I feel about everything. One thing don’t apply to Yo Gotti, it’s just how I’m feeling towards everything. I’m letting the world know this what it is. If you got a problem with it, that’s on you. The only people who have a problem with what I’m doing is the person that’s hating on me or don’t wanna see me win. How can I pay attention to them kind of people. But I’ma do me regardless. I can’t try to calm myself down and stay in a box, so nobody won’t feel offended. I might as well not rap then if I can’t tell the truth. It is what it is. I’m just letting the world know.”

Blac Youngsta opened up on his beef with Young Dolph during an appearance at 94.5 Streetz Atlanta and talked whether their issues could be resolved.



“I ain’t no bully. Anything fixable with me,” Youngsta said. “…If you don’t want no problem, you don’t want no problem. I’m young, I’m 25. When something get to me, I ain’t with the level-head. I’m high, I’m bi-polar.”

Youngsta said his problems with Dolph stemmed from some real “street sh*t.”

“I’m young,” he said. “I reacted how I reacted. I don’t regret my actions, but I know I could’ve did it better. I’m high, 40 to drink waking up.”

Youngsta said he calmed down after a talk with Yo Gotti.

Yo Gotti sat down with Tim Westwood TV to discuss Blac Youngsta’s controversial video where he openly threatened rival Memphis rapper Young Dolph.



“It was a misunderstanding,” he said. “Ain’t nothing really popping.”

Gotti attributes Youngsta’s poor decisions to his age. Youngsta is 25.

“Little homie young, though,” Gotti said. “Little homie young and wild in the streets. They just move a little different.”

Gotti says he serves as a mentor to Youngsta.

“Little homie on the team, so I always give him the proper advice that I believe I should give him from a big brother standpoint of what I think you shouldn’t do,” he said. “It ain’t really worth it. We got too much paper to get.”

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