Yo Gotti's feud with fellow Memphis rapper Young Dolph supposedly dates back to 2014 when Gotti tried to sign Dolph to his CMG label, but according to a recent interview with the "Rake It Up" rapper, Gotti insists he has no problems with Dolph.

Stopping by Power 105's The Breakfast Club, Gotti was asked by Charlamagne Tha God if his issues with Dolph have been taken too far. "I don't got no issue," the rapper fired back. "I ain't got no issue."

Elsewhere in the interview, Gotti said he tries to stay away from street drama, as it can mess with his money, but implied that Dolph markets his street credit. "They take certain incidents and turn it into marketing and try to boost the sales," the rapper said. "You don't never see me speaking on that, I'm trying to stay away from it." Gotti added, "I really don't think homie got no issue. I just think it's marketing... I don't know, it ain't nothing real."

As for ending the feud, Yo Gotti wouldn't give a solid answer, but did say he and Dolph "never had one argument." He added, "We never touched each other, ever in life. We never exchanged no money, ever in life. The facts is just... I'm the biggest rapper from Memphis."

Last month, Young Dolph was shot while in Hollywood. According to early reports, Gotti was a person of interest by the Los Angeles Police Department in the case, but the L.A. County Sherrif's Office quickly shut the rumors down, confirming to XXL he was not. An affiliate of Gotti's was initially arrested in connection with the shooting, but he was later released without being charged.

Head to the 3:33 mark to hear Gotti discussing his feud with Dolph below.

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