Lil Yachty Isn’t In The Mood For Joe Budden’s Criticism Over His Place In Hip Hop

Joe does think it’s a   good strategy though and cites the impact of   Lil B’s I’m Gay   album   as an example. Joe Budden has made his opinion on Hip Hop’s new wave of rappers crystal clear: he doesn’t like them. The 19-year-old Grammy-nominated artist, who is used to this kind of criticism, responded with a tweet of Lil B’s diss record aimed at Budden from six years ago called “T Shirt and Buddens” as his “mood.”
My Mood 🎶🎶🎶 https://t.co/d7nIVHrpNh
— lil boat kot* (@lilyachty) April 25, 2017

Joey apologized to Yachty fans on his podcast Tuesday (April 25) and responded to Yachty’s tweets by praising Lil B’s 2010 diss. He’s just having fun everyone! “I don’t think that Yachty’s label [Capitol Records] is Hip Hop. Joey recently took aim at self-proclaimed King of Teens, Lil Yachty, on Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series by calling him a “troll.”
He specifically shared his disdain for Yachty’s Teenage Emotions album cover, which embraces diversity and is representative of what society would consider social rejects. 5.26.17
A post shared by KING BOAT (@lilyachty) on Apr 20, 2017 at 11:24am PDT

“I don’t think that Yachty is Hip Hop,” Budden   said. Mood …. nigga lol
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) April 25, 2017

Lmao just having fun https://t.co/NBVktotAUz
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) April 25, 2017

That Lil B diss still hard all these years later tho lol
— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) April 25, 2017 When you’re not Hip Hop   and you’re trying to just troll or exploit, you get things like this album cover.”
The “Pump It Up” rapper then suggests Lil Boat is pandering gays and is ruining the Hip Hop culture.

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