NBA YoungBoy Deactivates Twitter Account

NBA YoungBoy dominated Twitter discussions and trends this past week, but he closed up shop after he said what he had to say. Moreover, the Baton Rouge MC recently released his latest mixtape Richest Opp, with 17 tracks of raw and combative trap. During this time, he made a lot of noise online for his Twitter tirades, disses, and insane statements against the industry. However, with his last tweet being "Enough said!!!!!! Twitter deactivated," he brought things to a close. With that in mind, let's recap all the crazy moments YB gave us before completing his mixtape rollout.

Most recently, he dissed Drake, Lil Durk, J. Cole, and Lil Yachty on his track "F**k The Industry Pt. 2." In fact, he released the lyrics before the song itself was available, and here are some highlights. "Talk to Drake cross FaceTime, he wasn't feeling me," YoungBoy raps. "Told me that he f**k with Durk, dam that s**t getting to me. J a h*e, that n***a played it cold. Lil Yachty mad about JT, f***ot b***h play with me." Another notable beef that sprouted up in this saga was with Soulja Boy, who took shots at him and Durk as well.

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NBA YoungBoy Shuts His Twitter Down

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Meanwhile, YB also celebrated the Chicago rapper pushing his album back two weeks. For those unaware, the two were meant to engage in a sales battle on Friday (May 12), with both of them scheduled to drop projects. However, only YoungBoy dropped, though Smurk built up a lot of acclaim and excitement with his track "All My Life" with J. Cole. Still, he took a lot of shots at Lil Durk, India Royale, and DJ Akademiks ahead of their drops amid claims that him and Durk had squashed their beef.

Also, he kept his beef with Ak going on Instagram Live, where he blasted the media personality for thinking he cares about numbers. Speaking of numbers, Richest Opp is projected to sell 58K units in its first week. While it's a bit lower than his previous project, YB doesn't care about that and still sparked a raging fire online with his attacks. Now, we just have to wait for his return to social media for the next wave of antics. For the latest news and updates on NBA YoungBoy, stick around on HNHH.

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