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Yung Bleu Claims Trippie Was Making Sly Comments

Acting Like A Girl

Yung Bleu is feeling pretty confident after landing his first placement on the Billboards with “Your Mines Still,” featuring Drake. Bleu ran Drake his credits and then called out fellow artist Trippie Redd for making sly comments, claiming he was acting like a little girl.

“I seen the little smart comments he be makin’,” Alabama rapper Bleu tells DJ Vlad in an interview.

“I didn’t need no features either. I done had gold records, platinum records, multiple without Drake. I even reached out to him to work with dude before the Drake thing,” Bleu then adds.

He then talks about Trippie began acting like a girl.

“I said I ain’t trippin’ cause Drake the one who told me told me to post the message. He said, ‘Post it, maybe you should hype ’em up.’ I was never gon’ post it. I’m smarter than that. Trippie started acting like a little girl after that,” Bleu claims.

Yung Bleu Thanks Drake

Though hit “Your Mines Still,” was released around 4 months ago the track still has a pretty high number on the charts.

Yung Bleu

Drake helped Bleu get #19 on Billboards top 100 and even helped him make millions the Alabama artist says.

“Ain gone lie that Drake feature hits different I done made like a couple million in like 3 months,” he tweeted. “It usually take me a year to stack a million.”

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