Boosie Badazz mentored Yung Bleu at a time when he was finding opportunity to express his talent. The young rapper signed to Badazz’s Bad Azz Music Syndicate in 2016. Bleu produced some projects while on the label. However, Yung Bleu left Bad Azz Music Syndicate in 2019.
He left because Boosie allowed him to sign with another label to make more money. In 2020, Bleu signed a distribution agreement with EMPIRE to release a song with the Vandross Music Group label.
Boosie BadAzz To Settle Contract Breach In Court
Boosie and Yung Bleu are in good terms, but Yung’s exit from Bad Azz Music Syndicate resulted into a contractual breach. To Boosie, the best option is the court settlement. Boosie believes that the people around Bleu squeezed him out of the deal. Meek Mill releases new song “F*ck You Mean Boi?” featuring Boosie Badazz hopes to win the case in the court and receive his due compensation.
Boosie revealed his intention during a recent interview with VladTV. He said, “I gotta take everybody to court. Yung Bleu ain’t really in it; it’s just the people who was behind it. They did some messed up business, and it’s gonna come back to haunt everybody. I was just fucked over, bro. I don’t really blame Bleu, but I got ’em. This shit is crazy.”
He continued, “You gotta understand, you got so many people trying to come in … These other labels came in and tried to X me out, and this man signed to me … Shit just get crazy when you get to making money, man … I feel like we gonna get through it. I don’t want his money; I want him to have all the money! I want they money!”
Yung Bleu Reveals He Gave His Former Boss $100K
During an interview with HipHopDx in 2020, Yung Bleu revealed that he gave a certain percentage of the profits from the album with Bad Azz Music Syndicate to Boosie.
He said, “I came to Boosie and told him I still wanted to rock with the brand but not signed to Columbia no more. I just wanted to rock independently, without a major label and Boosie was cool with it. He just wanted me to give him his profit and participation on the albums that I had left with him and I did.
“I was going to do that either way, whether we had a contract or not, because I had albums still left with him and he ain’t have to let me go. He ain’t have to let me go free and go sign a deal, you feel me? But he did. I respect the man and we got a different type of relationship. I’m still Bad Azz, though. I’m Bad Azz for life.”
Yung Bleu also revealed he gave Boosie $100K to appreciate him.
When discussing with The Undefeated, he said “Boosie supported me from the jump. So it was a gesture to express my appreciation for believing in me at a time when no one else did. Our relationship is more than business, it’s family. Boosie is really my big bro and he’s been supportive of all the moves I’ve made to build my career.”