Young M.A Has A Ghost Writer Who Wrote The Line Smoking On Tooka According To King Yella
Chicago's rap group FBG took to social media to get a answer to why Young M.A used slang gangster Tooka name during a freestyle last week on the radio. The rapper never came out publicly and responded to the freestyle line, but today King Yella is saying he talked to her management team.
A lot of rappers has been into a lot of hot water after others found out they had ghost writers. Drake has sold over a million singles back to back, and is known to have a writing team. Meek Mill went on to try and expose the fact he have writers, which back fired when people learned that Legend Bennie Sigal was in the studio when a diss record was wrote and he said he help write bars.
There is nothing proofing that King Yella spoke to her camp but the fact that she might have ghost writers is not good for her career.