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‘s controversial (and sometimes inaudible) lyrics has Young Thug gotten him in trouble once again — but probably not with someone he expected to have beef with.
Last week, Thugger and
released a new track called “Big B’s” in which Thug name dropped late rapper Chance the Rapper , much to his wife’s dismay. He rapped, “Pimp C, I ain’t doing that, I’ma f**k her on the sheets, yeah / And all my n***as loyal like Bun B, hold on.” Pimp’s wife, Pimp C Chinara Butler, took to Instagram to warn the Atlanta rapper to stay in his place. She ranted, “My thing is if Chad was alive you wouldn’t mention his name the way you did, so don’t do it now. Watch your mouth. He’s not here to have that conversation with you, but I am. Keep that s**t to your motherf***ing self.”
Young Thug has yet to respond to Butler and probably has no intentions on changing his verse. Do you think his lyrics were shady or harmless?
Either way, Chinara went in on the rapper for slick dissing her deceased husband, who passed away in 2007 of a drug overdose. Check out her rant in the video above.
Remembering Greatness: The Celebrity Deaths Of 2016
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1. Rapper Shawty Lo died in a fiery Atlanta car crash on the morning of Sept. 21.
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2. Sportscaster John Saunders passed away suddenly at the age of 61 on Aug. 10. The details surrounding his passing are still unclear.
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3. Actor Gene Wilder, best known for his role in ‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,’ died on Aug. 29 from Alzheimer’s disease.
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4. Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali passed away on June 3 after a 32-year battle with Parkinson’s.
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5. Actor Anton Yelchin, best known for his role as Chekov in ‘Star Wars,’ passed away minutes after a June 19 car accident.
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6. Actor Ron Lester died on Aug. 4 of kidney failure. He was best known for his role in ‘Not Another Teen Movie.’
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7. ‘The Voice’ star Christina Grimmie was shot dead at 22 years old by a man who opened fire on her while she signed autographs.
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8. Legendary singer Prince tragically died from an accidental prescription drug overdose on April 21. He was 57-years-old.
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9. WWF wrestler and actress Chyna died from an accidental overdose of Valium and Ambien on April 20. She was 45 years old.
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10. ‘Blood, Sweat, & Heels’ reality star Daisy Lewellyn died from a rare form of liver cancer on April 8.
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11. Singer Denise Matthews, aka Vanity, died from kidney failure at the age of 57 on Feb. 15. She was Prince’s protegée and ex-girlfriend.
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12. Singer Maurice White passed away on Feb. 3 after battling Parkinson’s disease. He was the founder of R&B group Earth, Wind, & Fire.
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13. Rock star David Bowie died on Jan. 10 after battling cancer for 18 months. He was 69.
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