NBA YoungBoy deletes Twitter after Drake and J. Cole diss
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NBA YoungBoy deletes Twitter after Drake and J. Cole diss

It has been reported that NBA YoungBoy has deleted his Twitter account after dissing Drake, J. Cole and Lil Yachty on a new track. 

HipHopDx reports that on Friday, May 12th, YoungBoy declared on Twitter that he would be leaving the site for good. “Enough said !!!!!! Twitter deactivated” he wrote from his @baeheltop handle, which is no longer in use.

Fans cannot be sure if this is a permanent move or temporary, but his recent song, ‘F*ck The Industry Pt.2,’ saw him call out several high-profile rappers, including Drake, J. Cole and Lil Yachty. He even highlighted the disses in red in a post on Twitter. “Talk to Drake cross Facetime, he wasn’t feeling me,” one lyric reads. “Told me that he f*ck with Durk, damn that sh*t getting to me.”

Elsewhere, on May 12th, YoungBoy taunted his rival Lil Durk after the Chicagoan pushed his Almost Healed album back at the last minute to avoid the long-touted clash with YoungBoy’s Richard Opp, which arrived on Friday.

In a Twitter video while flexing stacks of cash and dancing to one of his new tracks ‘I Got That Shit’, the Baton Rouge rapper said to Durk, “B***h ass n***a, you pushed back. You bet not ever try it again. Don’t play with me. Flood my watch, mama, this Lil Top, n***a”. This taunt follows podcaster DJ Akademiks claiming YoungBoy and Durk had ended their long beef.