Last night, Foofi & Bella held a holiday party, and that’s where several pictures of Gotti and Simmons together surfaced online.
Gossip sites have already jumped to the conclusion that they are a new couple.
While many rappers drop a first major label after a year or two of relevance, Gotti will drop his much-anticipated album on January 10th, almost 15 years after he decided to make Rap his career.
With a slew of street and indie releases under his belt, Gotti attributes a lot of his success to those who showed him how to hustle at an early age and says, “When you really come from that life like myself, I think the value in it is huge and you value things different than an average industry person would.” Hip Hop DX recently caught up with Yo Gotti to talk about his career, Drake’s mention on is actually going to be your first major label studio album.
In the weeks since the diss track, Young Dolph has offered several reasons for going at his Memphis counterpart.
But, one thing people have overlooked is that Dolph may simply dislike Gotti.
It’s because Gotti might have won over Simmons, who has been his longtime crush, by sending her flowers. More recently, Gotti has revealed he has a thing for Simmons again on his new single, “Down in the DM.” He raps, “And I just followed Angela (Simmons) / Boy, I got a crush on Angela Simmons.” When asked about Simmons in an interview with DJ Smallz, Gotti was nonchalant about it and kept his cool.
See for yourself: The flowers Gotti sent were to congratulate Simmons on the launch of her new designer label Foofi & Bella.
Yo Gotti: The mixtape is just kinda summarizing where I’m at in my life and just everything all the way on it and what Yo Gotti got going on right now. , I’m strictly like from a perspective of how us guys grew up and I’m in this zone. One of my good friends actually, that’s in the federal penitentiary right now, is I think a relative to Drake.
Yo Gotti’s career progression hasn’t been typical, in fact, it’s almost gone backwards.
Coming up in a time with a slew of Southern one-hit-wonders spawned by major’s disposal, Gotti started as an independent and has remained relevant for over a decade.
Finally, his music emerged on the mainstream and his “Get Paid” single became a summer anthem.
Young Dolph, since then, has gone public with his beef with Yo Gotti.