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Blac Youngsta Says He’ll Smack Young Dolph When He Sees Him

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Update: Blac Youngsta has removed all the Instagram videos that were previously in this post.

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Anybody who pays attention to hip-hop south of the Mason-Dixon line knows that problems have been brewing between Yo Gotti and Young Dolph for some time. Now Yo Gotti’s artist Blac Youngsta has posted a video to Instagram threatening Young Dolph with violence if they ever run into one another.

“Dolph you a bitch, you a soft ass nigga, if you got a problem, say you got a problem,” says Youngsta in the video. “Bitch ass nigga. You ain’t even no King of Memphis, he ain’t from the city, bitch.” You can watch the video above.

In the caption, he also writes, “WHEN I C DAT NIGGA @YOUNGDOLPH IMA SMACK THE SHIT OUT EM, ON MY LIFE.”

The status of Dolph and Gotti’s relationship is rough at best. It all started when Dolph began bubbling a couple years ago. Gotti apparently reached out to try to sign the rising rapper, but Dolph declined and chose to stay independent. Gotti took offense, and soon a rift developed between the two.

Last month, Gotti announced Feb. 9th as the release date for his new album The Art of Hustle. Soon after, Dolph suddenly announced that he was dropping his “debut album” on the same day – and it would be called King of Memphis, Yo Gotti’s preferred nickname.

Many took that to be some sort of swipe at Gotti from Dolph, but neither artist has spoken on it.

Last week Dolph stopped by XXL for an interview, and when we asked if he had any problems with Gotti, his answer was no. He also talked about artists trying to divide the city instead of unite it, but we’ll have more on that conversation later this week.

For now, check out more of Blac Youngsta’s videos taunting Dolph below.

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