NBA Youngboy Lashes Out At J. Prince: “Mind Your F*ckin’ Business”

NBA Youngboy calls out J. Prince over the public declaration that he retrieved his stolen items from Youngboy’s home.

BYAron A.
NBA Youngboy Lashes Out At J. Prince: “Mind Your F*ckin’ Business”

NBA Youngboy's had an interesting week filled with ups and downs. On a more positive note, he welcomed two children this week. On the flip side, his house was broken into footage of the rapper confronting the thieves surfaced online. Good news emerged out of it last night, though. It turns out that Houston's OG J. Prince managed to retrieve the items that were stolen.

"Lil homie Youngboy place got broke into. People went in his place, disrespected different things, and, you know, I got a call about it," J. Prince explained in a recently posted video to Instagram. "And the lil homies that went into this place wanna make that right because they understand that, you know what I mean, Youngboy family is okay with me. To make a long story short, I got your keys to your Rolls Royce. I got your keys to your McLaren. You know, all the shit that they took." This also included the umbrellas that come with his Rolls Royce.

"It’s a small a world and you never know who know who," he captioned the post. "As you can see the lil homie NBA YoungBoy and @og_3three has ties. Y’all will see us all together soon." 

Despite what appeared to be good intentions, Youngboy did not appreciate the public act of kindness. "It's plenty ways to get in touch with me. Man, don't get on no internet and do naan publicly. Don't do naan dealin' with no fuckin' publicity. None of that pussy ass shit," Youngboy said. "I'm good on them keys, gangsta. When you buy that shit cash, two keys come with the car anyways. Mind your fuckin' business, mane."

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