A couple weeks back, YG and DJ Mustard put fear into our hearts with their sudden beef on Instagram, which involved each accusing the other of owing financial debts. Mustard claimed that he hadn't been paid for his work on YG's My Krazy Life; meanwhile, YG was mad that he hadn't been credited or paid for voicing the omnipresent "Mustard on the beat, hoe" tag. The public fight ended with YG posting a screenshot of his unanswered calls to the producer, and before long all the posts were deleted and nothing more was said on the matter.
That is, until yesterday, during an interview with YG on Hot 97 (watch above). "We met up, we did our little thing," says YG. When asked if they knuckled up, he responds: "Yeah, we do it all the time...we were punching in the face." But he refuses to go into too much detail, clarifying: "Me and the homie we fought, and we got it over with, and we homies. We gon' stay homies...This ain't the first time." Phew.
The rapper also speaks in the interview about his Grammy snub, which was recently protested by a bunch of very cute kids. "I knew I wasn't gon' win, because I'm a N-I-G-G-A, you feel me? And I'm really with that street stuff, so I know they ain't supporting that, but it's like, y'all ain't giving me a nomination? A nomination? A goddamn nomination?" Dismissing the whole situation as "bull," YG promises that his next album will be up for a Grammy.
In other news, YG is also about to become a dad. "Little Gemini" is due in June. Congrats!
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