Lil Yachty Said "F*ck Sean Paul", Discusses Beef Origins - WhatsOnRap

Lil Yachty's Podcast Explores Controversial Feud with Sean Paul

Lil Yachty, the talented Atlanta native, recently took to the airwaves on his captivating podcast series, "A Safe Place," co-hosted with the brilliant MitchGoneMad. This thrilling inaugural episode, aptly titled "The Art of Hate," sets the tone for the show's unfiltered and raw discussions.

In this thought-provoking episode, the focus centered around the intriguing concept of "falling off" in the ever-changing world of fame. Lil Yachty and his insightful co-host, MitchGoneMad, delved into the lives of artists who, according to their perspective, experienced undeserved declines in their relevance.

One such artist who was brought into the limelight was the iconic dancehall sensation, Sean Paul. They reminisced about the lyrics from Sean Paul's smash hit from 2002, "Gimme the Light," and pondered why he, along with fellow musician Shaggy, seemed to lose their grasp on the spotlight.

In a candid moment during the podcast, Yachty pointed out,“Nobody ever said Sean Paul fell off. They just stopped making music.” He further clarified that his feelings of animosity towards Paul stemmed from the Jamaican artist's comments during a 2016 radio interview on "The Breakfast Club." It was the moment when Yachty revealed his lack of familiarity with five songs by legendary artists Tupac or The Notorious B.I.G., which seemed to provoke Paul's ire.

This led to Paul dismissing the emerging rapper with a cheeky nickname, referring to him as "boat boy," while also expressing his concerns about the younger generation's supposed indifference towards old-school hip-hop. Reflecting on the incident, Yachty unapologetically added, “By the way, f**k Sean Paul. I want to make that very clear. I don’t f**k with Sean Paul. Sean Paul once dissed me in a radio interview.”

However, Yachty's journey in the music industry has not been without its fair share of controversies and diss tracks. In YoungBoy Never Broke Again's powerful song "F**k The Industry Pt. 2," he too took a jab at the rapper. This sparked a Twitter storm as Lil Yachty revealed that the dispute had its roots in his interaction with City Girls' JT.

For fans eager to listen to the entire thrilling episode of "A Safe Place," the podcast is readily available below. Lil Yachty's new venture serves as an open forum for fearless discussions, allowing him to share his perspectives on various issues, even if they may stir some controversy along the way.

Follow us:  Twitter | Instagram | Google News | Facebook