Mere days after saying in an Instagram Story update that he was "done" with the whole music thing, Lil Pump has shared a new update on the status of his quasi-retirement, which has apparently already subsided.
On Monday, Pump told fans "Bitch I'm back" and joked that his followers had probably assumed he had indeed actually "quit" music:
In short, it would appear this was all crafted in the name of promoting the presumably soon release of a new song. Last November, Pump declared himself "the hottest rapper out right now" and, more specifically, "the hottest rapper in the planet."
We are now nearly a full year removed from the release of Pump's sophomore studio album Harverd Dropout, which featured the once-ubiquitous (and notably pre-Jesus Is King) Kanye West collab "I Love It," as well as the Lil Wayne-assisted "Be Like Me." The album drop was followed by the release of a several one-offs including "Pose to Do" with French Montana and Quavo and "Shopping Spree" with Murda Beatz and Sheck Wes.