Blac Youngsta and Lil Yachty Visit a Rap Retirement Home in “Hip Hopper” Video
Blac Youngsta might be fighting for his freedom after his arrest in connection to the Charlotte, N.C. shooting that hit Young Dolph's bulletproof vehicle with over 100 bullet, but he's taking a break from the social media beef to push his music. Following the announcement of his I'm Innocent Tour this week (June 5), the Memphis rapper teams up with Lil Yachty for their "Hip Hopper" music video.
The two rising stars hit up a rap retirement home for the quirky visuals, where they pose as caretakers and doctors that help aid some old school rappers that have hung up their roles on the microphone for good. Both Youngsta and Lil Boat let us explore the hallways (which are decorated with balloons and streamers for the patients) and show off some of their dance moves for the upbeat track.
It's a sigh of relief for some fans to see Youngsta back in a positive light, being that his new project is titled I'm Innocent, professing his side of the story in the shooting case, which is only rising in tension thanks to both his and Dolph's recent back-and-forth exchanges on social media and in their songs. Fans are hoping that the two can squash their differences before things get worse offline.
Watch Youngsta and Yachty star in the music video for "Hip Hopper" below to see them hit up the rap retirement home.
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