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UPDATED 4:25 p.m. ET: Young Thug has responded to footage showing his young daughter driving a car.
"Never would I put my child's life in danger nor in anyone else's life, I am out of town and that video is clearly in Atlanta. I am a very safe man, especially when it come down to my kids," Thug wrote on IG. "I am very smart, last thing I'm looking for is clout/fame I have both. Plus she wouldn't dare even ask me could she drive a car... But it'll be handled 'expeditiously.'"
TMZ says they've spoken with a "source close to" Thugger, noting that his daughter was with her mother at the time and behind the wheel for less than 30 seconds, with the area said to be empty.
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A clip that appears to show Young Thug's young daughter briefly behind the wheel of an automobile with another adult keeping an eye on the proceedings is, as they say, "drawing backlash."
The clip appeared on The Shade Room's Instagram account Monday night, prompting a blend of mostly that aforementioned "backlash" and a few measured voices chiming in with assessments of the perceived emptiness of the road, as well as their own childhood memories of doing this exact same thing or some version of it.
Tyrese and Matt Barnes, notably, are among the blue check accounts who shared their disapproval.
The child isn't wearing a seat belt in the clip, and the person filming the audio-less footage is seen reaching over to correct the steering wheel.
Anyway, here's how all this is going over among the general public:
Thugger recently linked up with J. Cole and Travis Scott for new single "The London," a track that was preceded by a brief flyer campaign at Rolling Loud Miami that touted an impending "summer anthem" from the three. GØŁDMØÜFDÖG, Thugger's new project, is expected later this year.
We can also look forward to a full-length collab project with Juice WRLD, who revealed in a GQ profile last month that he and Thugger have 10 songs recorded, all of which will potentially be heard "whenever we put it out."