Young Thug: “I’m The New Tupac”

Published: Monday 19th Jun 2017 by David

The rapper Young Thug has caused confusion and ruffled feathers after he stepped forward to claim that he is the new Tupac.

His new album ‘Beautiful Thugger Girls’ was released on Tupac’s birthday (June 16th) because…

His claim was met insults thrown at him by Hip-Hop’s crowd.


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  1. Achooo! June 19, 2017

    Young Thug is a gender bender tranny masquerading as a “thug”. He is nothing like Tupac or the new Tupac but he better be careful emulating or he will have the same sad ending like Tupac. #GirlStop #IseeYou #WhoYouFoolin

  2. Brent Christopher June 19, 2017

    I think its sad that contemporary artists or people in general feel the need to label themselves, “the new someone else”. Those testaments tear away at the unique authority of ones own presence. GROW UP DUDE! I couldnt even name for you one Young Thug record if my life depended on it.

    • Cbeylive June 19, 2017

      Yet clearly he’s still successful and more successful than you so clearly you never mattered oop 🙊🙊

      • Brent Christopher June 19, 2017

        oooooo… you really told me! watch out now!

  3. Fancy BISH June 19, 2017

    Young Thug: “I’m The New Pookie”
    Corrected lol

  4. dyd972 June 19, 2017

    I don’t recall jay-z or Nas saying they are the new such and such because they are their OWN person and brand.

  5. Caleb June 19, 2017

    He has to be trolling everyone with this tweet. He can’t honestly believe that. How disrespectful to Tupac. Pac with his socially conscious lyrics, and Young Thug with whatever b******* he’s saying. There is no comparison.

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