The 28-year-old claims in an Instagram Live video that he has changed.
The year 2022 ended pretty swiftly. Four days into 2023, and we’re already looking forward to some eagerly anticipated music releases this year.
But Uncle Murda still dropped a bombshell at the end of 2022. The New York rapper released his yearly “Rap Up” song on New Year’s Eve, keeping with tradition.
2022 is over so quickly. Four days into 2023, he’s eagerly awaiting his long-awaited music release this year.
But 2022 wouldn’t be complete without a bombshell from Uncle Murda. The New York rapper stuck with tradition and released his annual “Rap Up” song on New Year’s Eve.
Rapper Bobby Shmurda attends his SiriusXM Studios on October 5, 2022, in New York City. (Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images)
Extending the track’s 15-minute running time, the 42-year-old doesn’t hesitate in addressing the various events that have happened in both hip-hop and pop in his culture over the past 12 months.
One of the many artists he mentions is Bobby Shmurda. He refers to the falling out between the “Hot Ngga” rapper and his NBA YoungBoy early last year.
Within the first stanza, he raps, “NBA Youngboy had Rich The Kid shaken / Over a tiny picture with Lil Durk that he snapped / Hope he knows Bobby Shmurda and Rich The Kid are different / Bobby will boom you, n*gga, watch who you mention.”
The Past Beef
When Rowdy Rebel decided to speak out against the unfortunate death of King Von in November, everything got started. He speaks specifically about Lul Tum, who is linked to both Quando Rondo and YoungBoy and is accused of murder. “That Lul Tim n*gga didn’t have to come out of the car and start squeezing straight immediately when King Von died. The rapper from “Computers” claims that you already have yours drawn.
His thoughts left the rip and headed to kill. How did your killing go? He then asks, “How much hatred do you already have to kill this man?”
The resident of Baton Rouge then responded in an Instagram Story. “I can see why n*ggas are obsolete today.” Be trying to sound intelligent while believing what they are saying to be true. Observe your enterprises, please He concludes, “And stop the violence,” calling himself “Quando [‘s] big brother.”
Later, the “Hot N*gga” rapper added his viewpoint, allegedly criticising YoungBoy and Rondo.
What the f*ck do you do, stop telling me about your brother’s shooters and this. Huh? When will you take action at last? He inquires.