Yelawolf Melts Down Over Hackers, “I Bet On Your C*ck Sucking Mother You Won’t…”

Yelawolf Melts Down Over Hackers, “I Bet On Your C*ck Sucking Mother You Won’t…”

Shady Records’ Yelawolf has struck out against online hackers for leaking his new “Gangster of Love” record prematurely over the weekend.

Hitting up Twitter, Yela lashed out at the hackers with multiple insults and confirmed the track is from his upcoming Radioactive album.

“Hey to who ever leaked Gangster of Love … I BET ON YOURE c*ck sucking mother You won’t show you’re face round HERE !!! Say somethin?,” he tweeted July 3rd.

“The difference between me and you is that I’ll sit in jail .. Punk b*tch Internet goons .. Wait till RadioActive drops .. GameOver” (Yelawolf’s Twitter)

Online music blogger DDot Omen mocked Yela’s insults.

“@Yelawolf You’re on an overseas tour bro. Got anywhere more domestic or with in the continental united states?,” he tweeted July 4th.

“@Yelawolf I already saw you in person. You’re not built like that″

“Now Playing: @Yelawolf – Internet Gangsta Of Love.” (DDot Omen’s Twitter)

The new track leaked online over the weekend.

After hearing the Yela featured track “Bulletproof” on Cyhi Da Prynce‘s latest tape Royal Flush 2, I’m glad to hear anything that the two 2011 Freshmen are doing together, and in this new (unfinished, according to Just Blaze) track titled “Gangster of Love,” we get another set of bars from the pair. The track is undeniably Southern, and related to Yela’s upcoming debut Radioactive, though it’s not the official single as people have been noting (Yela took to Twitter to refute the claims). (Ology)

Last January, Yela talked about joining Eminem‘s Shady Records.

“We kicked it a couple times but we haven’t laid anything down yet. But I think we’re supposed to go to Detroit next week, so it’s coming. Just wait. I already know the pressure is there but if I let that shit get to me, it’ll affect my music. A lot of rappers have this obsession with staying underground, but I want to take it to the stadium level. We’ve been sitting on records for like four years that we knew were too big for a mixtape. So I’m just focused on writing a great album right now. That’s why I’m calling it Radioactive because I want to personally challenge myself and the industry. It’s a metaphor for my version of radio records. Now, it’s just time to put out a major album and let everyone know why I’m Shady.” (VIBE)

As of now, there is no release date for Radioactive.

Check out “Gangster of Love” below:

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