Yeat recently took to Instagram to share the release date of his upcoming collaboration with fellow rapper Young Thug. He shared the news today on his story, writing, "###FRIDAY MY WRIST W THUG WHO READY??!" The artist also revealed the collab's cover art, which features two iced out wrists. Yeat teased the collaboration last month, sharing a clip of the song with his Instagram Live viewers.
The collaboration follows Yeat's recent tour, which had many fans acting up. Footage of several fights breaking out in the rapper's audience were circulating the internet, as well as clips of people's parents, and even a uniformed FedEx employee, attending the shows. Yeat also spent time with LeBron James' oldest son, Bronny James, backstage last month.
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Young Thug, on the other hand, is in the midst of the ongoing YSL RICO trial. Earlier this month, it was revealed that the rapper had been hospitalized for the second time amid the legal proceedings. One of his lawyers, Keith Adams, claims that he is "concerned about his well-being, his condition." Young Thug is facing charges related to gang activity, and conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. His health has continued to be of concern in the past few months.
After experiencing chest pain before a court appearance, he was hospitalized on May 11. "I've asked the sheriff's department if I'd be able to make contact with Mr. Williams. If I'd be able to see him at Grady," Adams told Judge Ural Glanville. "They said probably not. I do know that he's had some difficulty of a similar sort at the Cobb County Jail a few months ago." YSL artist Strick recently announced plans to preview his work with Young Thug on his upcoming tour. He told fans, "Everyone should come out and see the shows; ain't no telling what special guests are gonna pop out for me!! It's my first headline tour you know and it's finna be crazy."
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