Moneybagg Yo recently utilized his social media platforms to announce the upcoming release of his project. The new mixtape is titled Hard To Love: Heartless Edition. The rapper also managed to build excitement among his fans by teasing another album that is currently in progress. Apparently, it is also scheduled for release this year. Moneybagg has been skillfully using engaging teasers online to generate anticipation. In a separate Instagram post, he openly discussed the inspiration behind this mixtape. There, he revealed that it will serve as a continuation of his Heartless series. Furthermore, he has already dropped two singles from the project, namely "Motion God" and "Ocean Spray."
Conversely, Ari Fletcher, who is Moneybagg Yo's girlfriend, jokingly hinted at the possibility of launching an OnlyFans account. However, there was a condition attached to it. She mentioned that she would only pursue this idea if Moneybagg's highly anticipated mixtape achieves a top-ranking position on the charts. In an effort to further encourage fans to support the rapper, Ari Fletcher took to Twitter and expressed her intentions. She said she would create an OnlyFans account once the mixtape reaches the coveted number-one spot. She even mentioned that she has already prepared her first video for it. However, it appears that fans will have to wait a little longer for the mixtape release and Ari Fletcher's debut on OnlyFans. The rapper announced last week that he has decided to postpone his new album until June 2nd.
Moneybagg Yo Isn't In It For The Fame
In a tweet posted on Monday, Moneybagg Yo revealed how he feels about being famous. While many seem to revel in the attention they get in their entertainment careers, it seems that the rapper doesn't feel the same. "Gotta confess hate being famous but I'm blessed," he wrote on his Twitter. As you can see above, the tweet was then posted on the No Jumper Instagram account. Many took to the comments to let their feelings be known.
Many commenters seemed to disagree with he sentiment of Moneybagg's post. "N*ggas Riskin they life ta get where you at , remember dat," said one. More chimed in with similar responses. "If he hate being famous just stop posting on social media," said another user. "Stop wearing flashy clothes and blend in with people and only drop music when you're ready." What do you think of Moneybagg Yo's statement on fame? Let us know what you think in the comments!