Yg’s Flexing, Taunting ‘4Real 4Real’ Doesn’t Live Up to the Rapper’s Previous High Standards

Yg’s Flexing, Taunting ‘4Real 4Real’ Doesn’t Live Up to the Rapper’s Previous High Standards
After Nipsey Hussle died, Yg spoke at his memorial at the Staples Center, called him “black motherfucking Jesus” during an emotional Coachella set, and delayed the release of his own album. Their friendship was a close one that transcended gang ties; they spoke truth to power on the defining political protest song of our time, “Fdt,” a mafioso g-funk middle-fingers-raised eruption of disbelieving rage that combined Yg’s knack for agitation with Nipsey’s view that life for black folks in South Central is a marathon test of never-ending endurance.
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