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    YG Receives Major Backlash From Fans For “How To Rob A Rapper”

    In the wake of PnB Rocks death, many have sent out their condolences, RIPs and tributes to the rapper’s family. Even several members from the rap community have expressed their grief over the emcee’s untimely death. Furthermore, YG has even took to social media to write a tribute for PnB Rock. The fans have commended the 4Hunnid rapper for his kind words. However, they’re bashing him this week. Recently, YG found himself in the doghouse after dropping his new track “How To Rob A Rapper.”

    YG Drops His New Single “How To Rob A Rapper”

    Recently, the Compton rapper dropped his latest album I Got Issues, which features the new track “How To Rob a Rapper.” Furthermore, a visual offering for the song was released October 3rd, which featured karaoke-style lyric subtitles. “Peep game, I’ma teach you how to rob a rapper / Catch a n-gga lackin’, he slackin’ on IG Live / He gon’ show his whereabouts on accident, he be high / He gon’ show the jewels he wearin’ and the car that he drive,” he raps.

    Obviously, much of rap music consist of bragging and battling it out. Though, some songs shouldn’t make their way onto album, especially during trouble times in the rap community.

    The Rapper Catches Fire For Dropping Insensitive Track

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    YG has received major props for his new track off his I Got Issues album. Even 50 Cent gave his stamp of approval of the song. Of course, the rap mogul himself dropped a similar track “How To Rob” back in 1999. These guys are playing with fire here.

    While some people loved YG’s track, others found it insensitive, especially in light of PnB Rock’s death. Moreover, many fans deemed the song “extremely irresponsible” of YG and even his label company, Def Jam Records. Clearly, the song dropped a little too soon.

     

     

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