AceShowbiz - Yung Bleu thinks spending $1,000 for a chance to get up close and personal with one's favorite star isn't too much. The rapper has defended Chris Brown after it was revealed that the R&B star charges fans $1k for photo ops.
On Thursday, July 21, social media timelines were taken over with photos of a Breezy meet and greet, with fans sharing their photos with the "Look at Me Now" singer. As the photos grabbed attention with their unique poses, one particular fan got trolled for spending his extra coins on that special picture with Breezy.
"Lmao this man paid a stack for a pic with Chris brown don't try to be cool now STAN jump on him like that other girl," one Twitter user mocked the male fan. But Yung Bleu disagreed, thinking that the rare experience is worth the money.
"1000$ for a life long memory/moment ain't bad," the Atlanta hip-hop star responded to the troll. He added, "Y'all ain't gone have no memories when y'all get old only thing y'all gone remember is paying bills."
Yung Bleu clearly has a reason to defend Chris. He had Breezy on his song "Baddest" off his album "Moon Boy", so he clearly didn't want to sever his ties with the Virginia native.
While Yung Bleu has still got Chris' back, the latter recently complained about the lack of support for his latest album "Breezy". The 33-year-old wrote via Instagram Story earlier this month., "JULY 8th breezy deluxe album. Not that is matters." He continued, "SEEMS LIKE YALL ONLY INVEST IN THE NEGATIVE STORIES ABOUT ME."
"CHRIS GETS IN TROUBLE (THE WHOLE WORLD IS ON it)," Chris went on fuming, before pointing out, "Chris drops album [a bunch of cricket emojis]." In a follow-up Story, he added, "I'm back on my gangsta s**t. It's BRACKIN at all Times."
The star-studded album features collaborations with Wizkid, Blxst, H.E.R., Ella Mai, Jack Harlow, Tory Lanez, Fivio Foreign, EST Gee and Anderson .Paak. Even Yung Bleu also lends his voice on "Possessive", which additionally features Lil Wayne.