NBA YoungBoy On Whether He's Open To J. Cole Collab

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DALLAS, TX - MAY 03: YoungBoy Never Broke Again performs during JMBLYA at Fair Park on May 3, 2019 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
NBA Youngboy says Cole would need to visit him at "gravedigger mountain."

In the latest twist of the ongoing saga surrounding NBA YoungBoy, the Baton Rouge rapper said he's down to collaborate with J. Cole. But, there's one peculiar condition. J. Cole must meet him at "Gravedigger Mountain." For those who may not know, "Gravedigger Mountain" is a term that NBA YoungBoy made up. The word can be traced back to a beef between him and Joe Budden. Budden called NBA YoungBoy's music "trash." However, in a social media rant, YoungBoy, who has been under house arrest since 2021, responded to Budden's critical comments by inviting him to "Gravedigger Mountain" for a face-to-face conversation.

However, the authenticity of "Gravedigger Mountain" has come under scrutiny, notably from DJ Akademiks. The outspoken commentator started speaking on the crime statistics of YoungBoy's neighborhood, challenging the existence of any actual "graves being dug" on the mountain. Akademiks dismissed it as a metaphorical fantasy, claiming there were no cemeteries in the vicinity and no recorded incidents of graves being dug. Despite the skepticism, YoungBoy's insistence on this unique condition for a collaboration with J. Cole adds a layer of intrigue to the narrative.

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"'Gravedigger Mountain?'" Akademiks said. "Bro, you know I looked up the f*cking crime stats-- I know where YoungBoy live at. Everybody knows it right. Nobody's ever gotten murdered there ever in life. What graves are being dug there?" Moreover, social media of course chimed in with their two cents. "I wouldn't dare step foot in that hell of a place😭," one person commented. "Bro tryna set him up," said another. Moreover, whether J. Cole will accept this invitation remains uncertain.

"Everyone think he tryn jus kill da man, y’all think he think he’d get away w that shi? He really sayin if bro brave enough to come see me we can work sum out, cuz he know hell ye that collab would be big," another person added to the speculation. However, as fans eagerly await J. Cole's response, the mystery of what NBA Youngboy's definition of "Gravedigger Mountain" is continues to grow. NBA YoungBoy, confined to house arrest and facing legal challenges, is making it clear that his creative spirit knows no bounds. Furthermore, stay tuned to HotNewHipHop for updates on this evolving chapter in the world of NBA YoungBoy.

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