Moneybagg Yo Pushes Back “Hard To Love” Release Date For Taylor Swift
Moneybagg Yo recently utilized social media to announce the upcoming release of his next project, titled Hard To Love: Heartless Edition. In addition to this exciting news, he generated anticipation among his fans by teasing another album currently in the works, which he plans to release later this year. Now the self-proclaimed “Motion God,” the rapper has been effectively building anticipation through captivating teasers shared online. In a separate Instagram post, Moneybagg Yo openly shared insights into the inspiration behind this mixtape, which serves as a continuation of his Heartless series.
Meanwhile, Ari Fletcher, MoneyBagg Yo’s girlfriend, playfully hinted at the possibility of launching an OnlyFans account but with a condition attached. She expressed that she would only pursue the idea if MoneyBagg’s highly anticipated mixtape attains top-ranking status on the charts. To further encourage fans to support the rapper, Ari Fletcher took to Twitter and disclosed her intentions to create an OnlyFans account once the mixtape reaches the coveted number-one position. She even revealed that she has already prepared her first video for it. However, it looks like fans might have to wait a little longer for the mixtape and for Ari Fletcher’s OnlyFans debut.
Moneybagg Bumps Taylor In His Car During Announcement
Moneybagg Yo just posted a video to Twitter with some not-so-great news for his fans. Apparently, he just found out about the Taylor Swift remix featuring Ice Spice that’s dropping tonight. In the video, the rapper sits in his red sports car blasting Taylor and singing along. Then, he delivers the bad news. “I just got the news my little baby Taylor dropping tonight. I ain’t gonna lie, y’all know how I feel about Taylor, man,” Moneybagg said. “So I think I’m gonna push Hard To Love back just a few days, y’all be patient with me. Let Taylor have this sh*t.”
With that, Moneybagg starts singing alone again and speeds off out of the view of the camera. This isn’t great news for fans of the rapper, but it is a kind show of solidarity for a fellow artist. It might even give Ari Fletcher time to work on a few more videos to have ready for the possibility of Moneybagg hitting number one. What do you think of Moneybagg’s decision to delay the mixtape release? Let us know in the comments below. Also, be sure to stay tuned to HNHH for all ther latest updates on Hard To Love.