Lil Pump is getting some hate for his new fit. The Miami native recently released his new studio album, Lil Pump 2. The 16-track album featured Pump's contemporaries, NBA YoungBoy, Ty Dolla $ign, and Smokepurpp. The album was mix of different genres. One of the songs was metal. It was not well-received, but the rapper certainly has to be commended for experimenting with his sound.
Lil Pump rose to fame with his breakout hit "Gucci Gang" in 2017. The rapper was born in Miami, Florida in 2000, and he began his music career by uploading his tracks to SoundCloud. His unique style, characterized by catchy hooks and lyrics, quickly gained popularity among younger audiences. At the very least, the lyrics were extremely easy to remember. Since then, the rapper has released several chart-topping singles and collaborated with high-profile artists such as Kanye West and Lil Wayne. However, he has also faced controversy for his explicit lyrics, drug use, and provocative behavior. Despite this, Pump has amassed a large fanbase and continues to be one of the most prominent young artists in the hip hop scene. There are those, however, who think that he's on his way out.
Lil Pump Pushes Buttons
Lil Pump is no stranger to hate from fellow industry members. Some of it is probably deserved, however. For example, he previewed a song called "F*ck J. Cole" on his social media. Soon after, J. Cole appeared to have responded on a song of his own. "One day, them kids that's listening gon' grow up," he rapped on his track. "And get too old for that sh*t that made you blow up. Now your show's lookin' light cause they don't show up, which unfortunately means the money slow up. Just remember what I told you when your sh*t flop. In five years you gon' be on 'Love & Hip-Hop,' n*gga." The two have since made amends, however, with J. Cole allegedly even describing Lil Pump as "smart."
The Game, however, likely won't be trying to meet up with Lil Pump anytime soon. If his response to the rapper's new fit is any indication, he probably wants nothing to do with him. In an Instagram story, Pump posted a photo of himself wearing a cropped purple jacket and hooped earrings. Instagram gossip page The Shade Room reposted the image, prompting The Game to leave a comment. "The rapture coming," he said simply. It's unclear if he seriously thinks that a gender-bending look is a sign of the end of times. What do you think of Lil Pump's new fit? Let us know in the comments.