King Yella named Trippie Redd in his list of artists pushing an agenda in the realm of Hip Hop.
Trippie had since taken to social media to respond to Yella’s remarks.
Tripped admitted to being a fan of Yella, but says the rapper is now “washed up.”
King Yella spoke on his issues with Trippie on Friday.
“All the thugs might as well stop rapping cause they letting all the weirdos get in, Yella said. “If you not Lil Uzi, Trippie Redd, Famous Dex, all the Punk Rock, all that weird s**t, that’s what’s in style now. You gotta be at least kinda weird or a homosexual to get on through the motherf****g game.”
Yella says the industry is too scared to let hardcore rappers in the door.
“They ain’t letting the street n****s through the door cause they know we f*****g s**t up,” Yella said. “They scared of us.”
Yella said he’s going to start pressing gay rappers.
Yella says execs prefer to see up-and-coming artists wear dog collars and tight, long boots with spikes.
“That’s rock star s**t,” Yella said. “That ain’t no hip hop, real street n***a s**t.”