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YG has a great credit score. He also hopped onto social networks to inform people that he is a celebrity by using an famous phrase of Black Panther. Black Panther film franchise.

The Compton native shared a photo of his credit score of 833 of TransUnion in the Instagram Story recently, and he was beyond thrilled to announce the news to his followers. He was so thrilled the moment he posted it that YG added “Wakanda Forever” under the image within his Story.

“Wakanda Forever,” or “Wakanda Forever” has become an integral part of the Black community due to the superhero blockbuster film Black Panther starring the late Chadwick Boseman. The line was used throughout the film to unite the Wakandan residents of their fictional capital city.

“Wakanda Forever” returned in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the sequel to the first film. The film premiered on November 11 , and featured Letitia Wright as the title character, along with Angela Bassett, Tenoch Huerta, Dominique Thorne and more.

YG managing his finances is an amazing appearance, and he’s hoping to boost his earnings now that the album he’s releasing, I Got Issues and on tour. The 32-year old announced that the tour will be taking place in the coming year for the Red Cup tour supporting his latest album.

The journey will begin in 2023’s top year and will see YG going to 17 cities such as Los Angeles, New York City, Oakland, Detroit and many more. The rapper will be joined on the trek across the country are Kalan.frfr, Day Sulan, OhGeesy and D3szn.

YG’s I Had Issues was delayed several times but that didn’t stop fans from consuming the album. The album, which was anchored by “Scared Money” featuring J. Cole and Moneybagg Yo as well as”Toxic,” a Mary J. Blige-inspired “Toxic,” debuted at the No. 12 , and 18, on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums and 200 chart, respectively.

The 4Hunnid boss managed to get a coveted spot on his forthcoming album, when Nas was featured on track 12 titled “No Weapon.” According to YG the rapper has been trying to find an appearance from Nasir since the release of his album in 2016’s “Still Brazy”.

“I didn’t rap with him,” the rapper said in his interview for the TMZ. “He performed his songs in his studio and then he uploaded it. It was a bit crazy, considering that I’ve been trying for Nas on songs for a long time. I tried to get him to join my second album, and then shit was never going to take place.”

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He continued: “But he’s been showing love from the first day and he’s always been supportive of my bad behavior as well. When I finally read the song I was like”‘Finally. ‘”