Tyga Talks Being The Rap Version Of Basketball Hall Of Famer Allen Iverson

(AllHipHop News) Tyga returned today with his latest musical project titled B-tch I’m the Sh-t 2.

During an interview with Billboard, Tyga spoke about BITS2, joining Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Music, and his former Young Money boss Lil Wayne.

The West Coast rhymer was also asked to give an NBA player comparison for himself, and he named Basketball Hall of Famer Allen Iverson.

“Because he’s the first of his kind. He had a lot against him, but he was still so great. He still made an impact on culture,” said Tyga. “They’re just gonna have to give me my rings. You know what I’m saying?”

The “Move to L.A.” performer added, “When I watched his documentary, it really touched me. He was just him. He dealt with it all and he’s still standing. He’s still unbroken.”

B-tch I’m the Sh-t 2 includes features by West, Pusha T, Ty Dolla $ign, Young Thug, Quavo, Chief Keef, Vince Staples, A.E., and Honey Cocaine.

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