King Yella Says Young M.A's People Admitted She Uses Ghostwriters

By HHL Editors

When we last heard from King Yella, he was siccing lesbians on Young M.A because she had insulted his dead Chicago homie Tooka in a freestyle, spitting "smoking hookah like it's Tooka."

Now Yella is saying that's been cleared up. But the way in which it was could end up damaging M.A more than any vicious bull dyke could.

You see, Yella called off the dogs because (he claims) M.A.'s management told him that the 'OOOUUU' rapper doesn't write her own bars and didn't even know who Tooka was .

#kingyella apologizes for beefing with #youngma over her saying "smoking hookah like it's tooka" in a freestyle.. according to him.. her management told him she dont write her own raps..

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"Young M.A, I'm sorry. It's hurting me because I just found out people write your music for you," Yella said.
When M.A heard about this she vehemently denied the ghostwriter charge, calling it "absurd" and "ridiculous".

#youngma vehemently dismisses all rumors that she uses a ghostwriter (part 1) (more info in link in bio)

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She also clarified the Tooka situation, saying she was just referring to weed, and had no idea that Tooka was a person.

#youngma finally apologizes to #tooka and his family. She says she was talking bout weed and had no idea about the meaning which means dissing someone dead. She also said she had no knowledge of tooka until After the backlash started (more info in link in bio)

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Who do you believe?

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