Young Thug recently stopped by The Breakfast Club to promote his Punk album. It was his first time on the show and he talked about not being on Kanye West's Donda album after recording songs for it.
In a previous interview with Complex Thug said, “I just hit Kanye like, ‘Bro, if I ain’t on the album, we are not speaking.’”
So he explained himself on The Breakfast Club.
Young Thug says if he was Jay Z or Kanye West he would have the most features in the world on The Breakfast Club pic.twitter.com/KWoMEPI0vT— 2Cool2Blog (@2cooI2blog) October 18, 2021
“It ain’t that I wanted to be on it so bad, it’s just like, bruh, we got a hundred songs,” said Thug. “You a billionaire. You at the point where it’s like, you don’t need none of this sh*t. We do though. So, if I was a [billionaire], if I was Kanye West or Jay-Z… I probably would have more features than anybody in the world.”
He then talked about the difference between Kanye and Drake.
“If I’m at the point where I know me being on your song could make it a number one, I’m definitely getting on the song. That’s what I respect about Drake," Thug explained. "He try to touch everybody and he genuinely do it. People think, ‘Oh, he do it for clout or he do it for these songs.’ That n*gga do not need no motherf*ckin’ clout.”
Do you think Thug has a legitimate beef with Ye for being left on Donda?