YOUNG NUDY GIVES SAFETY ADVICE AFTER 21 SAVAGE SONG SOUNDTRACKS VIRAL FLOOR COLLAPSE VIDEO
On Monday (31 May), a viral video of Young Nudy and 21 Savage’s 2017 single “EA” was played in a house party as a floor. In the background, the tune off Nudy’s mixtape SlimeBall 2 played as young people danced and raped to the lyrics in front of the floor. @topxkazi, a Twitter user, tweeted the clip with the phrase, “We had the least AirBnB graduation party in 2021 and the floor caved in. We heard EA from Young Nudy and n-ggas became too illuminated. Now I pay in damages for 15k. Is it possible to fwm?”
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Abraham Nelson has started a GoFundMe page to raise nearly $15,000 worth of Airbnb damage. Young Nudy ended up going through the campaign for video and fundraising and planned to donate his own money. Young Nudy talked to Rolling Stone on Thursday (3 June), how he found that his song Pi’erre Bourne would never bring about this commotion. “That crap has been continued to be sent to me by one of my admirers so I went and clicked it,” he added. “When I saw the crap, it looked like, ‘Sludge they did went down through the floor.’ When you make the music, you never know how the future will look. I thought they’d mess it, but I don’t think they’d fall oh god go down the ground.”
“But when I was younger, I been at many house parties, but I don’t remember that no floor was fallen. They were not like the ones they went to. Oh, they were not like party. In addition, the Atlanta rapper issued some important safety recommendations for anybody wanting to use his music in the future. “Take care that your house is structured correctly by Goddamn,” he continued. “Take care that crap structured properly before you hold a party with a large number of people. Nobody’s going to be wounded by us. You feel me even if that crap was lit up?”
Young Nudy released his new album DR. EV4L on May 18 with features from 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert and G Herbo — revisit it below.