Blac Youngsta's had quite the week. One of the new signees of Yo Gotti's Cocaine Muzik Group found himself amid controversy when he went to withdraw a cool $200,000 from his Wells Fargo bank. As he was exiting the bank, the police detained him and handcuffed him, under the impression he wrote a fake check. Youngsta was later exonerated, however things didn't end there, as Wells Fargo released a statement on the incident claiming that Youngsta isn't even an account-holder with their bank-- which may not actually be true as Youngsta shared a letter Wells Fargo wrote to him in which they announce his bank account will be closed due to a "business decision" (??). It's all very strange. Nonetheless it did get his name trending in the media.
In what could be a response to all these shenanigans, the CMG rapper has released "I Smell the Hate," over production from Cheeze Beats. It doesn't directly reference what happened, but it's basically a statement that Youngsta will continue to flex on us, regardless of the haters (or the police) trying to bring him down. They don't want you to be able to take out $200k cash from your bank account.
I could smell their hatin from a mile away
You a little fuck nigga you could die today
Might pull that foreign whip out and drive it today
Might let a crack head wash that in the drive way