NBA YoungBoy Sends Threat Messages After NLE Choppa And Lil Durk Diss

The Louisiana rapper also dropped a new mixtape ‘Colors’ on Jan. 21.

NBA YoungBoy’s beef with NLE Choppa and Lil Durk is intensifying. Since the start of the new year, the Louisiana rapper has released two songs “Bring The Hook” and “Know Like I Know” that fans believe have been diss tracks aimed at Choppa and Durk.

Taking to his Instagram on Wednesday (Jan. 19), YoungBoy posted a photo of himself posing on the floor next to his money that spelled out an alarming phrase.

“You n****s gone die,” the bills spelled out. In the next photo, the “Bandit” artist is seen squatting next to another phrase that says “stay safe.”

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While his ominous photos weren’t directly aimed at anyone specifically, fans are trying to connect the dots to NLE Choppa and Lil Durk.

According to HipHopDX, this isn’t the first time that YoungBoy has addressed the beef with Choppa.

On his track “Know Like I Know,” the 22-year-old rapper went after NLE after the Memphis artist reportedly got into a physical altercation with him.

As for his song “Bring The Hook,” YoungBoy dissed Durk’s “O-Block” neighborhood, which forced the Chicago rapper to respond on his Instagram, the outlet reports. The tense beef between the two led YoungBoy to come back with a follow-up diss track “Know Like I Know.”

In other NBA YoungBoy news, the rapper dropped a new mixtape Colors on Friday (Jan. 21).

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