NBA YoungBoy Denounces Joint Quando Rondo Project '3860' After Speaking Against Violence

After his collaborative album with the 'Motivation' rhymer arrives, the 'Bandit' hitmaker claims that he objected the release of the mixtape as he recently shared a 'stop the violence' message.

AceShowbiz - NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again apparently doesn't enjoy profiting from dissing the dead. The Baton Rogue native's joint album with Quando Rondo, "3860", was recently dropped, but he quickly distanced himself from it amid speculation that Quando disses the late King Von on one of the songs off it.

YoungBoy took to his Instagram Stories on Friday, November 25 to speak on the album's release, claiming that he had begged Quando not to release the album and the latter allegedly agreed. "I had to tell Quando don't nobody care as long as they making dollars off you I've begged for that tape to not be Released and quando respected my wishes," he wrote.

"I talk to missionaries everyday inside my home who probably gone ask me about that tape that s**t not sitting on top of my heart right but pay attention to what these people promote they are even and don't give a f**k about us," YB continued. "I see why they didn't post my stop the violence message," he said, referring to his recent "stop the violence" message.

"I'm trying to tell you n***as terrified of me boy the internet fooling you I don't play that s**t in no type of way that's why I'm just gon stay out the way I see you trying to do some provoking," the 23-year-old added in a separate Story, before seemingly warning Quando, "Stop playing with me son you ain't strong enough."

After "3860" hit DSPs, fans speculated that Quando disses his late enemy King Von on the song "Want Me Dead". He raps on it, "My favorite opp dead, sister talk too much/ No I don't like the b***h/ Lul Timmy rollеd her brother up, got steppеd on in some Nike kicks."

Meanwhile, YB is seemingly trying to pursue a peaceful life these days. Amid the tragic deaths of hip-hop stars due to gun violence, he posted on Instagram earlier this week, "I'm dead serious that s**t for the birds focus on winning in life bro !!! #StopTheViolence #please if you support me."

YoungBoy recently also said that he's ready to quit rapping if someone buys his music hard drive for $100 million. "You can have it for 100 million," he captioned a picture of his hard drive that he offers for the staggering price, "and I'll never rap again on everything."

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