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    Hate Me Lyrics by YoungBoy Never Broke Again from the custom_album_3921031 album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more: You acting like you hate me (hate me, yeah) Where is your love? You do too much complaining (complaining, yeah) Wher…

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    Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, known professionally as YoungBoy Never Broke Again, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. Between 2015 and 2017, Gaulden would release eight independent mixtapes locally and online, and steadily garner a cult following through his work. more »

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    You acting like you hate me (hate me, yeah)

    Where is your love?

    You do too much complaining (complaining, yeah)

    Where is your trust? (Trust, trust)

    Flyin' in a Wraith, yeah

    Pass by time through the day, yeah (skrrt)

    Blinded with hate, yeah

    I ain't got time for the chase, yeah

    Just me and my bae, yeah

    Wanna shop, get the racks out the safe, yeah

    We gon' party 'til late, yeah

    Do the dash in the whip on the jakes, yeah

    Ice tray, diamonds on froze, get a migraine

    Life on the edge, live it up on the high lane

    Me and Trippie Redd back to back on the same thing

    Late night, turnt in the club doing my thing

    Sip drank, get a cup, I'ma pour the whole thing

    Shawty playin' games, she don't wanna sell her soul, man

    Sayin' that she love me but I'm knowing that she don't, man

    Playing back and forth, probably thinking I'm dumb, man

    Nigga, I ain't worried 'bout a bitch, nigga, worry 'bout a check

    (Worried 'bout a bitch, nigga, worry 'bout a check)

    Nigga, VVS diamonds, lil' nigga had to flex

    (Nigga, VVS diamonds, lil' nigga had to flex)

    Nigga hoppin' out the 'Rari them I'm hoppin' in the jet

    (Nigga hoppin' out the 'Rari them I'm hoppin' in the jet)

    Bad little bitch all on my dick, I want the neck

    Ayy, she want the dick, I don't want sex, I want the neck (I want the neck)

    Ayy, me and YoungBoy tossing these hoes, we want the neck, ayy (we want the neck)

    Whole full moon in the middle of the day

    I done jumped out my sleep, heard the phone go ring

    Back to back, we be flippin' these hoes on a train

    Keep a pole, we never be playin' no games

    Diamonds gon' shine, put an 8 on my chain

    I done ran up the money, stay true to the gang

    Diamonds, they shining, that's all through the rain

    Through all the mud and through all the pain

    Acting like you hate me (hate me)

    Where is your love? (Where is your love?)

    You do too much complaining (too much complaining)

    Where is your trust? (Where's your trust? Yeah)

    Flyin' in a Wraith, yeah (skrrt)

    Pass by time through the day, yeah (time through the day)

    Blinded with hate, yeah

    I ain't got time for the chase, yeah (time for the chase)

    Just me and my bae, yeah

    Wanna shop, get the racks out the safe, yeah (out the safe)

    We gon' party 'til late, yeah

    Do the dash in the whip on the jakes, yeah

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    Written by: Cooper James Reed, Eustacio Bermudez-Paredones, Michael Lamar II White, Wyatt Sterling Jackson

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    I Hate YoungBoy

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    Single by YoungBoy Never Broke Again

    from the album

    Released February 22, 2022

    Length 4:21 Label

    AtlanticNever Broke Again

    Songwriter(s) Kentrell Gaulden Producer(s) CheeseHorridK10Rell

    YoungBoy Never Broke Again singles chronology

    "Opposite"

    (2022) "I Hate YoungBoy"

    (2022) "Neighborhood Superstar"

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    "I Hate YoungBoy" is a diss track by American rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again. It was released as a single through Atlantic Records and Never Broke Again on February 22, 2022. Produced by Cheese, Horrid, K10, and Rell, Cheese wrote the song with YoungBoy and also mixed and mastered the song. The song gained attention for YoungBoy taking shots at Lil Durk alongside Durk's fiancée, India Royale, and his father, and people who have connections to the rapper or those YoungBoy thinks that have betrayed him.

    Contents

    1 Composition and lyrics

    2 Responses 3 Charts 4 References

    Composition and lyrics[edit]

    Over a fast-paced instrumental, YoungBoy uses "I Hate YoungBoy" as a diss track towards fellow American rapper Lil Durk, which might possibly be a response to Durk's single, "Ahhh Ha", from his seventh studio album, , which was released on the same day as YoungBoy's song, with only a few hours' difference between the two songs. Durk might have possibly came after YoungBoy's ex-girlfriend, Jania Meshell, on "Ahhh Ha".[1] He also disses some of the people and organizations that are associated with Durk or that he feels have gone against him. He disses Durk's fiancée, India Royale ("He called me a bitch, that's India, that be your ho"), rapper and previous collaborator Gucci Mane ("Used to fuck with Gucci 'til I seen he like them pussy niggas"). YoungBoy also calls Durk out for taking shots at him and takes a shot at the death of Durk's Only the Family signee, fellow rapper King Von ("Pussy nigga dissin' me, mad about his dead homie"), and references his Never Broke Again signee, fellow rapper and previous collaborator Quando Rondo, who was reportedly involved in the murder of Durk's artist.[2] He sends more subliminal jabs at rappers OTF Nunu (Durk's cousin) and previous collaborators Boosie Badazz and Lil Baby, and music streaming service Apple Music, among others.[3] A possible reason for dissing Mane was because Durk was featured on his single, "Rumors", which was released in January 2022.[4]

    Responses[edit]

    Boosie Badazz reacted to YoungBoy taking shots at him through an Instagram story, in which he said that it "pissed [him] off though" and YoungBoy "hurt [his] feelings".[5] On March 4, 2022, Mane released a single titled "Publicity Stunt" to respond to YoungBoy taking shots at him on "I Hate YoungBoy", in which he used the title of the song to describe what YoungBoy was dissing him for.[6] On the song, YoungBoy also boasts about the expensive things that he owns, stating that he prefers a "long vacation" and needs "guitars to sing and play when I'm down".[7]

    Charts[edit]

    Chart performance for "I Hate YoungBoy"

    Chart (2022) Peak position US Hot 100[8] 79

    US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs ()[9] 26

    References[edit]

    ^ Cummings-Grady, Mackenzie (February 22, 2022). "NBA YoungBoy Returns Fire At Lil Durk With Volatile Diss Track 'I Hate YoungBoy'". . Retrieved February 22, 2022.^ XXL Staff (February 22, 2022). "YoungBoy Never Broke Again Drops 'I Hate YoungBoy Song', Disses Lil Durk's Fiancée - Listen". . Retrieved February 22, 2022.^ Duong, Paul "Big Homie" (February 22, 2022). "NBA YoungBoy "I Hate YoungBoy"". . Retrieved February 22, 2022.^ Rose, Jordan (February 22, 2022). "YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Lil Durk Seemingly Trade Shots on Newly Released Songs". . Retrieved February 22, 2022.^ Rose, Jordan (February 22, 2022). "YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Lil Durk Seemingly Trade Shots on Newly Released Songs". . Retrieved February 22, 2022.^ Shifferaw, Abel (March 4, 2022). "Gucci Mane Releases New Song "Publicity Stunt" Following YoungBoy Never Broke Again's Diss Track". . Retrieved March 4, 2022.^ "NBA YoungBoy Drops New Track "I Hate YoungBoy"". . February 23, 2022. Retrieved February 23, 2022.^ "YoungBoy Never Broke Again Chart History (Hot 100)". . Retrieved March 7, 2022.^ "YoungBoy Never Broke Again Chart History (Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs)". . Retrieved April 12, 2022.

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    YoungBoy Never Broke Again

    Discography Studio albums

    (2018)(2020)(2021)(2022)

    Mixtapes

    (with Moneybagg Yo) (2017)(2019)(2020)(2020)(with Birdman) (2021)(2022)(with DaBaby) (2022)

    Singles

    "Untouchable""No Smoke""Outside Today""Diamond Teeth Samurai""Genie""Self Control""Bandit""Make No Sense""One Shot""All In""Kacey Talk""What That Speed Bout!?""Toxic Punk""White Teeth""Nevada""Life Support""On My Side""Bring the Hook""Flossin'""I Hate YoungBoy""Neighborhood Superstar""Bestie"

    Featured singles

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    "I Hate YoungBoy" by YoungBoy Never Broke Again

    On "I Hate YoungBoy", YoungBoy proceeds to diss and threaten Lil Durk, a fellow rapper he’s currently engaged in a messy back-and-forth with.

    The first thing you may be saying to yourself is why would NBA YoungBoy drop a track entitled “I Hate YoungBoy”?  Well that’s because, motif-wise, he’s supposed to be relaying from the perspective of his enemies. Rap music beefs are such that those involved are sometimes murdered as a result. And as illustrated at the beginning of this song’s singular verse, such is a concern of those close to YoungBoy since he tends to be perpetually caught up in such drama. But his response is that he’s going to keep “dissing” his rivals regardless, as he “ain’t scared of them”.

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    And with that said what we’re dealing with here, in actuality, is an NBA YoungBoy diss song against his own enemies. Some people, such as fellow rapper Lil Durk in particular, may hate YoungBoy, but he hates them right back.

    So he goes about engaging in lyrical activities such more or less mocking the death of rapper King Von, which took place in 2020. Von, who was killed at the age of 26, was also a friend of Lil Durk’s. Both of them are associated with a rugged part of Chicago known as O Block. So accordingly, NBA gets to threatening said ‘hood as a whole also.

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    “India” Royale and Gucci Mane

    He also mentions “India” Royale, i.e. Durk’s spouse, not really as a diss per se but rather, kinda like the mention of King Von, just to show the world that he’s not afraid to do so. And basically, what it reads like is as if Durk said some less than flattering things about YoungBoy in the past, so now the latter is responding in song.

    Also mentioned in a not-really-a-diss capacity is down south rapper Gucci Mane, who NBA notes that he doesn’t befriend anymore due to the fact the Mane is friendly with dudes YoungBoy does not approve of.

    What he seems to be referring to is the fact that Gucci and Durk are actually established collaborators. So yes dear reader, rap music has in fact reached a point where artists can even have indirect beef with their collaborators’ rivals. Well in a way it may have always been like that, but nowadays it’s like more official.

    Some Bragging and Boosie Badazz

    And of course a song like this is going to feature some braggadocio on the part of the vocalist. For instance, YoungBoy is able to boast that his “baby momma” is actually Yaya Mayweather, daughter of Floyd Mayweather Jr., who is in fact one of the 10 richest athletes in the world. And besides that, NBA also lets it be known here and there that he’s also pretty well paid himself.

    Another rapper who is mentioned in this piece is the ever-controversial “Boosie” Badazz, who YoungBoy does in fact diss by calling him a “b*tch”. And according to NBA, he is offended under the belief that “Boosie don’t even like [him]”. So that would imply that Lil Boosie is somebody who YoungBoy at some point held in high regard.

    Takeaway

    And with that said, sometimes these rap beefs, such as that between NBA YoungBoy and Lil Durk, appear as if they materialize out of nowhere, as in it being challenging to ascertain their definitive origin. But according to the lyrics, what all of this sprang from is Durk being “mad” at NBA for some reason in connection to the death of King Von. And that is likely a reference to the fact that YoungBoy’s crew reportedly alluded to murdering King Von back in 2020.

    YoungBoy also insinuates that his being down with the Bloods also has something to do with this rivalry, though by the looks of things the street gang Durk is known to be associated with, the Black Disciples, are themselves allied with the Bloods.

    But in any event, with Durk coming out with his own anti-YoungBoy diss track on the exact same day that “I Hate YoungBoy” was released, it appears that in the post-Kanye versus Drizzy rap world we have yet another major beef that could go on for some time, in this instance featuring artists who are actually known on the streets for being gun-toters.

    Release Date of “I Hate YoungBoy”

    Some readers may be surprised that YoungBoy got around to officially dropping this track on 22 February 2022, considering that he’s always in trouble with the law and got knocked on some serious charges as recently as March of 2021. However, he was released in October of that same year after doing seven months. This was shortly after his third studio album, “Sincerely, Kentrell” (2021), topped the Billboard 200.

    Meanwhile “I Hate YoungBoy” is apparently a part of a project entitled “Realer 2”, with the original “Realer” being a mixtape NBA YoungBoy put out in 2018.

    Credits for “I Hate YoungBoy”

    YoungBoy Never Broke Again wrote this song alongside its producers – Horridrunitup, K10Beatz and Rellmadedat.  An additional co-writer is Jason Goldberg.

    More Facts

    To note YoungBoy Never Broke Again is from Louisiana and currently lives in Utah, with his professional base seemingly being Los Angeles. And none of these localities are actually close to Chicago. However, the aforementioned King Von (1994-2020) was actually murdered in Atlanta, which is relatively close to YoungBoy’s home state.

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