The manager of NBA YoungBoy, Alex Junnier, has come under fire from Kodak Black for allegedly stealing his idea for a tour. The Florida rapper made the assertion during an Instagram Live earlier this week, only days after Junnier made the announcement that YoungBoy and Quando Rondo would start their 30-city tour in Chicago, the city of YB’s major competitor Lil Durk and the late King Von, who was gunned down after a fight with Rondo’s crew in late 2020.
“They tried to tell a n-gga I couldn’t come to — I forgot what place that was — I made that my first stop on the tour. YB’s manager used to be around me so he know how I go, he know how a n-gga operate — that’s why they made that their first stop,” said Kodak, who was formerly under Junnier’s management.
He further added: “They know that’s my type of shit. ‘Oh yeah, they can’t come here? First stop!’ … There could be smoke, but you ain’t finna tell a n-gga he can’t come nowhere because I gotta pick up checks over here.”
Kodak Black says NBA Youngboy’s manager stole his idea to make their first stop tour in a city they’ve been banned from pic.twitter.com/y1W2giUiO0
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Kodak Black appeared to be referencing to his Dying to Live Tour, which toured North America in support of the same-named album in 2019. Nearby NBA YoungBoy’s hometown of Baton Rouge, New Orleans served as the starting point of the 32-city tour.