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Gillie Da Kid has caught a stray from NBA YoungBoy affiliate Herm Tha Black Sheep after the rapper sat for an interview on Million Dollaz Worth of Game.

Earlier this week, YoungBoy appeared on Gillie and Wallo’s popular podcast and spoke about topics such as drug use and grief.


Days later, Bootleg Kev released an interview with the Baton Rouge rapper that was also filmed at his home in Utah, where YoungBoy is currently on house arrest.

The Million Dollaz episode appears to have caused an issue as Herm, a friend of NBA YoungBoy’s, took to Instagram on Thursday (December 28) to take a swipe at Gillie’s chat with the rapper.

On Instagram Stories shortly after Bootleg Kev’s interview dropped, Herm wrote: “That was the only interview yb approved to drop a lot of people like to have gangster energy with him instead of the people who actually killed they seed shit crazy. But ok.”

NBA YoungBoy also posted a link to his interview with Kev on YouTube and commented: “I don’t want to be seen high and messed up.” During their chat, he spoke extensively about his drug use and recent stint in rehab.

The comment appears to be in reference to many people suggesting YoungBoy was high during his interview with Million Dollaz Worth of Game as he was seen smoking a blunt during filming.


Meanwhile, Herm’s remark about “seed” seems to reference Gillie Da Kid’s son Cheese, who was murdered in a triple shooting in Philadelphia earlier this year.

The death of Cheese was actually a central point of the chat between YoungBoy and Gillie.

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When YB asked Gillie about his outlook on life, the podcaster replied: “It’s difficult. I just lost my son. I struggle every day. My son was a year older than you so I struggle every day. When I wake up, that’s the first thing I think about. I also know I gotta be strong for my family.

“What makes me happy is knowing the history of my family life, I was the n-gga that did it. I was the n-gga that said the next generation ain’t gonna be fucked up because I’m leaving something. That’s what makes me happy at this age. You get to a certain age and it don’t even be about you no more.”


Gillie has not yet replied to Herm’s post or commented on YoungBoy’s apparent issues with the interview.