Moneybagg Yo Apologizes for Boasting About Millions He Made During Pandemic

After bragging about the millions he has made during the COVID-19 pandemic, Moneybagg Yo issued an apology for his "very insensitive" comment.

Moneybagg Yo attends the Universal Music Group Hosts 2020 Grammy After Party.

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Moneybagg Yo attends the Universal Music Group Hosts 2020 Grammy After Party.

Less than two hours after bragging on Twitter about how he has personally prospered during the COVID-19pandemicMoneybagg Yo tweeted out an apology for what he later realized was a “very insensitive” remark. 

I apologize to everybody I offended my comment was very insensitive it was not my intent to hurt anyone 🙌🏾💯

— SPEAK (@MoneyBaggYo) February 15, 2021

Moneybagg Yo posted a few tweets earlier today where he talked about the money he has made during the pandemic and saying he didn’t “want it to end.”  

And there are people who lost everything, be mindful of that. Selfish

— ToniWoni 🇯🇲 (@Toneane_s) February 15, 2021

That’s cool and all, but ppl are DYING! A lot of folks are tired burying their family… but, congrats on dem Ms!🙄

— dinkin flicka (@bmblbee__) February 15, 2021

With businesses struggling to stay afloat and families finding it difficult to keep a roof over their head and food on the table, not to mention the 2.4 million people around the world who have died from the virus, his tweets weren’t well-received, so the Memphis rapper was quick to apologize. 

Moneybagg Yo proved earlier this month that he’s well aware of what people are saying about him on social media with his song “Time Today,” and the video that accompanied it. Whether it’s rumors that he has undergone cosmetic surgery or his resemblance to the character William Dent from the series Girlfriends, the rapper showed he isn’t shy about confronting what is being said about him, good or bad. 

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