Moneybagg Yo Beef Young Dolph

In this flashback clip from 2016, Lalaa Shepard sits with Memphis rapper MoneyBagg Yo discusses rapping over 5 years before people took him seriously and Young Dolph being the first major artist to reach out to him to work and recording their local banger, “I Need A Plug”

This video was filmed at QC Studios in 2016, watch the full interview/ VLOG via Youtube including a studio session with Quavo, Skippa Da Flippa, Trouble, and MoneyBagg Yo!

What did Young Dolph say about his beef with Yo Gotti?

In 2017, Dolph sat down with the Breakfast Club to address his alleged ill-will towards Gotti.

“It ain’t no issue,” said Dolph when discussing the rumored rift. “It ain’t no beef. It ain’t no nothing. It’s just a whole lot of misunderstandings and some stuff I don’t respect.”

However, Dolph continued to refer to Gotti as “lame” throughout the interview.

He went on to recall his first time meeting Gotti, where Gotti used Collective Music Group’s Zed Zilla and Starlito to convince him to join CMG records.

“This my first time meeting you,” said Dolph. “And you going to really sit and downplay your artists and throw your artists under the bus to try to persuade me in to come over there?”

However, while Yo Gotti may be the most established Memphis artist to emerge this decade, he has found a bit of competition in the form of Young Dolph, a Chicago-born, Memphis-raised rapper who has also been making major noise of his own. Launching Paper Route Empire in 2008, Young Dolph began making waves with his High Class Street Music mixtape series, leading to collaborative projects with Gucci Mane and Peewee Longway. Enjoying a breakout year in 2015, by the end of the year, Dolph, whom Yo Gotti had once attempted to sign to his CMG imprint, was beginning to rival his citys elder statesmen in terms of buzz and fanfare, which would ultimately create a rift between the two.

Heres a timeline of the beef between Young Dolph and Yo Gotti, from how it began, to where the two sides currently stand.

With the beef coming to a head in 2016, the two would feud throughout the year, with Young Dolph being a bit of an aggressor, speaking more openly than Gotti on record. The two would continue sending shots at each other well into 2017.

In recent years, Memphis brightest rap star has been Yo Gotti, who has emerged as a popular figure in the rap game, with singles like “I Know” and his smash hit “Down in the DM” both upping the formerly independent hustlers profile nationally. In addition to building his popularity, Yo Gotti has also built a small empire for himself with his CMG imprint, which houses fellow Memphis spitters like Snootie Wild and Blac Youngsta, among others.

Over the past two decades, the South has made major waves, with artists from cities like Atlanta, Houston, Miami and New Orleans all producing rap legends. But one town that has had as much of an influence as any of those other locales is Memphis, Tenn., which has surely become a hotbed for top-tier rap talent. Three 6 Mafia, 8Ball & MJG and Project Pat, among other standout acts, helped lay the foundation of hip-hop in Bluff City.

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