Lil Yachty’s 50 meme sparks controversy over his 50 Cent meme in response to Youngboy Never Broke Again’s diss. Lil Yachty sparked some serious reactions in the past when he dropped a diss to Joe Budden. During his Rolling Loud performance in Miami on Friday night, the rapper referenced the recent back-and-forth between the two that had gone viral. He claimed that Budden was “mad at you for being happy,” which caused a massive reaction online.
Lil Yachty Diss Reaction
Lil Yachty responded to NBA YoungBoy with the 50 Cent meme 😂😂
So YB explains exactly what happened pic.twitter.com/SqCJWlqKZo
— Code RED (@CodeRED_tv) May 12, 2023
The “Lil Boat 3” rapper is currently on the road with his Let’s Start Here project, and he’s been doing a lot of press recently to promote it. He’s been appearing on podcasts like NYC’s Ebro in the Morning and has also cooked up a mixtape to keep fans satisfied until the next full-length drops.
It’s been a busy week for Lil Yachty, who has been dropping disses left and right. Last night, he was the headliner at Miami’s Rolling Loud music festival and brought out guest performers like Ski Mask the Slump God and Danny Towers. He even addressed the beef he’s currently embroiled in with fellow Sway House artist Bryce Hall. The issue stems from the song he’s currently working on with Addison Rae, which has a verse discussing the TikTok star’s girlfriend. The verse sparked a huge reaction from the public. Some speculate that Bryce was asked to appear in the music video for E-ER, but he decided not to participate.
Yachty uses the classic 50 meme to respond to NBA’s diss
On top of that, the “Brocolli” rapper was also featured on a new project from Eminem, which some people believe is a diss to him. The “Not Afraid” rap legend included Yachty on the track “Eminem vs. the Djs” and also threw shots at the YouTuber in his new song Kamikaze.