The drama continues in Memphis. Following his arrest in connection to an alleged attempt on Young Dolph‘s life (one that involved 100 bullets and a well-thought-out bulletproof SUV), Blac Youngsta is pleading his innocence and more on the new track “Birthday,” which acts as a direct response to his Paper Route Empire adversary:
Adolph Thornton wanna see me dead and gone
This a rat-tat-tattle song
Dropped that Bulletproof and made a statement
Rattin’ ass n***a you was dead wrong
Snitched on every song
Talking to everybody and gossiping on every phone
F*** n***a pressed charges
And got the feds running up in every home
I got to play it safe out here…
In addition to also labelling Dolph nothing more than a “barber,” he also renames Dolph’s organization “P***y Rat Entertainment.” Ouch.
Stream “Birthday” (produced by Tay Keith) below. If you missed it, you can also check out Young Thug’s tribute to Blac Youngsta here.
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