Let’s face it: Young Thug is known for his antics. Whether good or bad, they’re always thought provoking. His latest head-turner comes by way of his feature in Dazed magazine, where he rocks a Gucci dress on the cover. Thugger rocking dresses, or female clothing in general, is nothing new. He’s even admitted to shopping in the kids section.
Young Thug featured in the new issue of Dazed Magazine pic.twitter.com/JPi8ESu2hr
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In the interview, Young Thug discusses how easy it is for him to make songs, boasting that he made “Stoner” in about in hour.
“I always felt like I was gonna be the man,” he said. “I guess that’s why I became it. I always felt like I was gonna have money, even when I was young. If it’s something you want, you just keep going and strive for it. I always wanted this.”
Aside from boasting about his musical prowess, Thugger also rocks a tutu in the magazine and a cheetah print robe.
His fashion choices aren’t the only things that had him in the news over the past few months. Check out some of the antics that Young Thug has pulled over the summer.
“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” must be Thugger’s favorite quote. Before Lil Wayne could release Tha Carter 5, Young Thug announced that he would name his next album Tha Carter 5, to pay homage to Wayne’s legacy. He later changed the name to Tha Barter 6, but it’s still weird.
Back in July, Young Thug and crew were told to leave a mall. He responded by threatening to shoot a mall cop. Thugger left before the real cops arrived and it subsequently took them a week to find Young Thug and arrest him.
One of the golden rules of hip-hop should be to never disagree with The Game, or at least not openly. During the filming of The Game’s Bachelor-style show, She Got Game, The Game allegedly grabbed a loaded gun from his bodyguard’s holster and waved it in the air while Young Thug was on stage. Young Thug responded in the worst way possible with a video calling out Game, with a guy in the background holding a semi-automatic weapon. Not only is showing a gun on camera a bad idea but we’ve seen what The Game is capable of, like punching off-duty cops and knocking out 40 Glocc.
What’s worse than taking the name of another rapper’s upcoming album? Getting a ice cream cone tattooed on your face. Worse than that? Doing it because Gucci Mane did it first. Free Guwop though (…or maybe not).
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