NBA YoungBoy goes live after a photo of him with a male fan started making the rounds – in it, their arms appear intertwined.
The photo was shared by a Twitter user named @1kWalter on Saturday (February 10) and it immediately started turning heads.
“Why I just met NBA YB and Mabu at Target,” he wrote along with a photo of himself with each rapper. In the photo with the Baton Rouge native, the two can be seen standing next to each other with their arms touching.
“LMAO they aren’t trying to hold hands,” one person wrote with laughing emojis under a repost from The neighborhood speech, while another added: “Why do arms make criss-cross applesauce?” »
When a Twitter user responded directly to the original poster and said, “Y’all hugging, that sends me,” he responded, “Talk to him about that, not me.” Hugging me and holding my hand, you think I’ll be fruity.
He has since made his Twitter page private, although he later shared the image on Instagram with the caption: “Crying online over a photo distorting the story looks like a bunch of insecure bums from them who don’t get any money.”
Earlier this month, NBA YoungBoy left fans concerned for his well-being after posting a photo of himself in which he appeared to have overdosed on drugs.
In the image, the Louisiana rapper could be seen lying on the ground next to a bottle of prescription pills and a Styrofoam cup filled with what appeared to be lean. In the caption, he wrote: “& that’s why I don’t pick up my phone when it rings”
The alarming photo immediately sparked concern among her followers, with many taking to the comments section to express their concerns about her health.
“Please get help,” one person wrote, while another said: “yes I love you and if you collapse or die I will cry, please please, stop that.”
Others, believing the photo was staged, criticized him for sharing such a disturbing image given the number of rappers who have died from drugs in recent years.
“Who set up the photo, but… you’re all wild.” He actually laid down on the floor and said… “take my picture, with all these pills around me”. Niggas want to be depressed and moody for likes,” one user responded.
This isn’t the first time the 24-year-old has had fans worried about his well-being. Last summer, he posted a message via his cat’s Instagram page about his “scary” drug use and mental state. Despite this, the father of 11 recently said he’s not really a heavy drug user and has recently spent time in rehab.