Blac Youngsta still remembers when he would steal food from the local cornerstore just to feed his younger brother. Sure, nowadays you can catch Blac Instagram flossing for his fans — and the haters — on a daily basis. But things weren’t always like this for the Memphis native.
As a pre-teen, the Cocaine Musik Group signee was dirt poor and relied on his street savvy to survive. What you see now has been years and years in the making. Before Yo Gotti gave him a chance to get up out of the mud, Blac was doing anything, and everything, to survive. As you’ll hear in his recent interview with VIBE, he had all the drive and motivation from the jump, but he just needed a platform to showcase his charismatic talents to the world.
Don’t be fooled by all the Benajmins and shiny things, Youngsta earned the right to be in this position.