Roddy Ricch appears to have one of many calmer demeanors within the rap sport, however throughout a latest Clubhouse dialog, he engaged in a verbal dispute over his road credibility after being accused of “false flagging.”
Last night time (Jan. 10), Roddy hopped on the voice-only app with hip-hop supervisor and music government Wack 100, who additionally has gang ties, to deal with claims made by a Compton Crip named Yah-L, who’s alleging that Roddy is falsifying his Crip gang affiliations.
“So my factor is, really feel me?” Yah-L started. “It’s numerous chatter and I simply wanna get it from…like…what’s actually occurring, bro? It was loads mentioned.”
Before he might go on, Roddy interjected.
“We not gon’ do this,” Roddy began in vexed tone. “I obtained cellphone calls, textual content messages, I’m seeing on the web that I’m false flagging. I wanna know what is going on on.”
Yah-L continued, “Saying that you simply ain’t from the hood, you ain’t been to the hood.”
Roddy fired again, “You saying I’m not from the hood? Who saying I’m not from the hood? You mentioned I’m not from the hood?”
“I mentioned what I mentioned,” the person quipped.
Roddy, now rising agitated, replied, “I’m asking you a query…you ain’t see me get placed on the black mat?”
Yah-L then mentioned, “Nigga. Three seconds, my nigga, just isn’t a put-on, bro.”
“Alright, champ,” Roddy mentioned. “Three niggas, put two of ’em down. That ain’t official? ’Cause I do know homies that ain’t get their official, nigga.”
At that time, the tone of Roddy’s voice elevated to the place Yah-L suggested the rapper to decrease his tone. To this, Roddy responded, “Fuck all that.”
The Live Life Fast rhymer went on to ask the person if he is ever touched $1 million. Roddy, who was making a sure level with the million greenback point out, acquired pushback from Yah-L as soon as the subject of cash was introduced into the dialog.
“You ever touched $1 million earlier than?” Roddy inquired. “It’s a easy query. You can decline to reply, sure or no. Have you ever touched $1 million earlier than?”
“Is you from Park Village?” Yah-L requested, deflecting from Roddy’s query. Park Village is probably going referring to the Park Village Compton Crips, based within the rapper’s hometown of Compton.
Roddy reiterated his query, telling the person that he was “speaking about one other nigga totally free.”
The Billboard-charting artist went on to listing of names of associates, presumably a few of his day-ones, reassuring that he is remained supportive of them, assists financially with their authorized wants and hasn’t left them by the wayside.
“Stop it,” Roddy exclaimed. “You do not know what it feels prefer to be on this state of affairs. So till what this appears like, you may’t speak on none of this shit, bro. You taking part in web video games on some shit…I do not even know find out how to use this Clubhouse shit. I needed to name Wack 4, 5 occasions. He calling me. You 30, 40 years previous utilizing this app. Nigga, I’m 23. I do not even know find out how to use this shit, nigga.”
Roddy added, “’Cause I’m over right here attempting to make [the] Forbes [list] once more, man. And what are you speaking about? You a nigga from the hood, tearing one other nigga down that is attempting to assist different niggas within the hood that you simply…you do not know nothing about this enterprise. That’s what I’m attempting to get you to grasp, my nigga. You cannot communicate on nothing you do not know shit about.”
Yah-L regained the ground, after Wack 100 intervened, and denounced his direct affiliations with the names of the people that Roddy had dropped earlier within the dialog.
Roddy went on to say, “You saying I executed obtained on to this point, I’m false flagging. Nigga, I obtained placed on my hood and I used to be over there each video till [Please Excuse Me for Being] Antisocial was within the hood. The label, Julie Greenwald, referred to as us and instructed us we doing an excessive amount of in Compton. Nigga, we gotta go and do movies all over the place else, nigga. That’s what occurred, nigga.”
“Cap, bro,” Yah-L instructed Roddy Ricch. “That’s cap. Niggas know what the deal is, bro.”
Roddy then insisted the person ask Wack if he was being truthful about his label—Atlantic Records—forcing him to shoot his movies elsewhere, to which Wack 100 agreed.
“We ain’t speaking ’bout no muthafuckin’ trade shit,” the person shot again. “We speaking about actual road shit, my nigga.”
“Man, pay attention,” Roddy said. “I executed made $20 million in a 12 months and also you assume I’m about to be posted up with you, nigga?”
The dialog later reverted again to Roddy getting “put-on,” seemingly with the Crips, however Yah-L doubled-down on denouncing Roddy’s road credibility and gang affiliations, saying that he is not “counting a three-second put-on.”
Wack 100 took the mic to deal with each males and mentioned, “It’s up there. You saying he false flagging. So, did the nigga get put-on or did not he? He mentioned he obtained put-on.”
“That’s on the useless homies,” Yah-L answered. “I ain’t counting no three-second put-on, my nigga. If niggas settle for that, niggas settle for that. It is what it’s.”
Roddy closed out his argument, saying, “If I’m false flagging, you a false Crip ’trigger you simply let a false Crip do all them movies in yo hood, pull a ’Rari again up after I had $10-$20 million in yo hood, did not say nothin’.”
Roddy Ricch, who dropped his Live Life Fast album final month and introduced that he’ll be delivering Feed Tha Streets 3 this 12 months, the left the dialog to care after his son.
Check out the back-and-forth between Roddy Ricch and Yah-L beneath.