Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo is ready to bet it all on himself. The hip-hop star went online this week to share a set of flashy pics flexing his wealth with a stash of cash.
On Thursday, Yo jumped onto his Instagram page with a fresh slideshow from Atlanta, Georgia. The pics feature himself flexing modeling goals sitting on top of a sports car with stacks of money in his hands.
“Ima Stand Up N*gga Got My Bands Up N*gga U Don’t Wanna See Me Pissed Off !! 💨💔 #MeVsMe” -Moneybagg Yo’s Instagram
Easy As 123
After mounted anticipation and some recent online teasing, Moneybagg finally hit the ‘go’ button this week on his new “123” music video. The clip features Yo and fellow Memphis native Blac Youngsta turning up around flashy cars and women.
Moneybagg Yo releases the video for “1 2 3 ft. Blac Youngsta” today. The hard-hitting and energetic track is off his highly-anticipated, third studio album, Time Served, released earlier this year via N-Less Entertainment/Interscope Records. Watch the duo go back and forth about the lavish things in life in the video directed by M Harris. Time Served marked Moneybag Yo’s official return from his 2019 critically acclaimed album, 43VA HEARTLESS, which Pitchfork rated a 7.5. It debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and includes star-studded collaborations with artists such as Future, Da Baby, Lil Baby, Megan thee Stallion, Summer Walker, Fredo Bang and more.
Wait, There’s More
Back in late February 2020, Moneybagg hinted at plans to put out a “123” music video. Yo revealed their song’s 9 million-plus YouTube views and said a visual would inevitably follow.
Before You Go
Recently, Moneybagg celebrated his “All Dat” collaboration going gold. The Memphis rap star shared a pic of himself holding onto a huge plaque.
“Really Don’t Give A Fuck If I Go Platinum Or Go Gold, Just Don’t Take Me From My Family, Take My Freedom Or My Stove #Blessed #TimeServed”