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YG Takes Aim at 6ix9ine in “Bulletproof” Video

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After teasing the drop on social media, YG is back with the music video for his Stay Dangerous track “Bulletproof” featuring Jay 305.

 

The opening features a look-alike 6ix9ine being locked up while “pedophile” is repeatedly mentioned; the individual is later assaulted. YG and 6ix9ine have been beefing most of 2018, and this comes as another shot from the Compton rapper who is clearly referencing 6ix9ine’s child sex case.

“Go to jail and get your dick sucked. Pedophile ass child molester,” YG wrote back in August when Manhattan prosecutors recommended 6ix9ine serve a one-to three-year sentence.

Watch the video for “Bulletproof,” which was directed by Austin Simkins, up top via YouTube.

YG’s latest album, Stay Dangerous, dropped back in early August and debuted at the No. 5 spot on the Billboard 200 by moving 56,000 album-equivalent units. The project boasts features from Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz, Ty Dolla Sign, ASAP Rocky, Quavo, Mozzy, Big Sean, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, and the aforementioned Jay 305.

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Prior to “Bulletproof,” YG released the video for his song with ASAP Rocky, “Handgun.” YG also recently dropped off a documentary that’s also titled Stay Dangerous. Check them both out below.

Before YG’s Stay Dangerous dropped, the rapper linked with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 to talk about the project.

“So stay dangerous, the word, the saying comes from the streets of LA. That’s just how we talk. That’s a part of the lingo. You know when you’re with your friends and you depart from your friends, you’ll tell them, ‘Alright, bro, I’m going to see you later. Be safe.’ You know what I’m saying?” he explained. “We don’t say that. We say ‘Stay dangerous,’ because being safe is like you’re playing defense. You’re waiting on something to happen, to move. No, we’re dangerous. We playing offense. When I came up with the concept stay dangerous, I was in the studio rapping on trap beats. Different type of beats. Like “Handgun” type of beats. While I was doing it, I’m like I’m about to name the album Stay Dangerous because what I’m doing is unexpected. People ain’t even expecting this and that’s a form of being dangerous.”