Atlanta rapper Young Thug has some serious bragging rights. The hip-hop star went online this week to celebrate the success of his So Much Fun album going platinum.
Thug x Platinum
Heading into Friday, YT hit up Instagram to share pics of himself standing next to a huge platinum plaque. Thugger also used the shot to show off his massive fashion drip.
“SO MUCH FUN! 💿🌎 📸: @certified_solid” -Young Thug’s Instagram
Recently, Thugger hit up his Instagram Stories to dish out some cringe personal details about his bathing habits. YG hilariously revealed awkward and wild details about struggling to keep his lower region clean.
“Every day right, I take a bath every day, and I don’t even have sex every day, right. So let’s say, yesterday I woke up at 5, took a bath at 5:30 in the evening. Today, I woke up at 2. So I took a bath at 2. So that means I just took a bath twelve hours ago. Every time I wash my chest, my body, it be clean, but every time I wash my d**k, it be dirt. But I ain’t have sex or done nothing, I ain’t even s**t. I just really go chill, might go to Duke’s spot and chill. Go to sleep, wake up, take a bath. What the f**k? I think I just got a permanently dirty d**k.” -Young Thug’s Instagram Story
Wait, There’s More
Canadian hip-hop artist NAV hasn’t let quarantine stop him from having fun. The rap star recently linked up with Thug and premiered their new “No Debate” music video.
Before You Go
After some initial April 2020 teasing, Thug and R&B star Chris Brown finally hit the green light on dropping new tunes. The music duo blessed fans with their Slime & B mixtape release. The project dropped on Brown’s 31st birthday and is the latest collaboration they’ve done since 2017’s “High End” record.
On the 13-track project, Thugger and Breezy go back-to-back on the various songs, displaying some immaculate chemistry as they exchange verses. Thug continues to highlight why he’s one of trap music’s pioneers, with Brown delivering his unmistakably-sultry R&B vocals alongside. The end result is a succinct take on R&B-trap, giving fans the best of both worlds. Alongside their own performances, the two have also recruited a slew of contributions from Gunna, Lil Duke, Future, and Too $hort, with production handled by the likes of Murda Beatz, Wheezy, Turbo, and many more. (HYPEBEAST)