Southside Memphis Rapper Blac Youngsta came onto the scene in 2012. His trio of mixtapes Fast Bricks quickly got the attention of Yo Gotti, who signed him right away. Not long after that, Blac Youngsta had features with Young Thug, Quavo, and Jacquees. Despite Blac Youngsta’s rise to fame, he also has a dark side you might not be aware about and is definitely a rapper you don’t want to mess with. His violent behavior, and his dark and lengthy criminal record are just a couple of things that makes Blac Youngsta, Blac Youngsta. From selling drugs at age of 7 to rising to fame and beefing with the most popular rappers, today we will be diving deeper than the atlantic ocean to reveal Why rappers are REALLY Scared of Blac Youngsta! Keep watching till the end of the video, you definitely don’t want to miss this.
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