And it all happened at Meek Mill's condo.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again is the rising star out of Baton Rouge whose music career has launched before the age of 18. It's not that uncommon for rappers to kick off their careers at that age but it's definitely a different experience being put in the limelight that young as opposed to when you're in your 20's. Nonetheless, YoungBoy's been hanging out with celebrities and living that life since emerging into the scene earlier this year. In a recent interview, he gave a detailed encounter about his first time meeting Nicki Minaj.
Like most men, YoungBoy's attraction to Nicki Minaj is rampant. In an interview with Fader, he talked about the first time he met Nicki Minaj. He said that Meek Mill facilitated the introduction in his condo. YoungBoy seems to heavily recall the whole encounter because the way he ass looked is imprinted in his mind.
"She had on some of these shorts, some gray shorts. She had on Meek's t-shirt and her ass was so big, though. I was trying to like look but not let Meek see me looking but I don't think he gave a fuck though," he said, "but yeah, she told me she liked my music."
Along with his encounter with Nicki Minaj, he also talked about what he had planned for his eighteenth birthday (presumably, this video was shot prior to his birthday).
"My party's going to be big. A lot of strippers, but not for me though. A lot of famous people. A lot of real friends. No unexpected guests though. I'm not very good with unexpected guests," he said.
At 18 years old, he's also accomplished a lot. However, one thing he's yet to receive is his high school diploma. He recently announced that he'd be heading back to school but in this interview, he also explains why he and school didn't mesh well.
"I hated school. My mind wasn't right there. I really don't think it's important. I got money without school, you go to school to become somebody and get a job right?" he said, "I really wanna get [my diploma] for my little boy. Show my little brother like yeah get that shit."
You could watch the full interview below: