YG Says The Rap Game Is F-cked Up!


A lot of rappers new and old have been frustrated with the state of Hip Hop and the issues with the rap game and it’s current status.

YG recently decided to take to Twitter to voice his frustrations about some of your “favorite” rappers.

“The rap game f**ked up,” he tweeted.

He followed up with another tweet that read,


We are uncertain as to what caused the “My Hitta” rapper to tweet these things, but we do know he’s no stranger to controversy with others in the business.

As you know. YG is also unhappy with the current state of politics and this crazy election. The rapper has embarked on his ‘F-ck Donald Trump’ tour where he performs a track that has the same title.

Yes, the rap game is messed up, but is it fair for YG to speak on it? Is he part of the reason why it’s messed up or is he an exception?

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29 thoughts on “YG Says The Rap Game Is F-cked Up!”

  1. RAP is DONE…. OVER…………..no substance………just CLOWNS!
    Fruity, multi-colored hair, tight jeans, mush mouthed, nursery rhymin’ CLOWNS!

  2. any one pushing gang culture and all that ish as if its cool is someone i fault as a part of the problem YG you just a f–ked up as the game you’re criticizing..

  3. everybody name either “young” or “lil”…
    they mumbling now….
    rappers like desiigner jackin’ other rappers and its acceptable….
    wearing skirts….

  4. YG’s music is nothing but regurgitated west coast rap that doesn’t sound good nor does it have any content with depth. It’s one to talk but to talk an be a clear and art of the problem is ridiculous yeah hip hop sucks but blame everybody from the listeners(stupid fans) the distributiors (labels) an the artist for not aspiring for more ?

    1. it doesn’t sound bad either. not a fan by any means, but since its regurgitated it takes aspects of what (was) good about west coast rap into a mediocre format that is YG.

      It’s thrift shop music somebody already did “wore” he’s just the wearer.

  5. if the game wasn’t so effed up dude wouldn’t have a career. when we had standards of quality 85 percent of these new ” rappers” wouldn’t of even been heard of outside of their hood.

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