Rapper Ralo isn’t here for Blac Youngsta. The hip-hop artist has blasted the Southern entertainer over a controversial crucified pic.

Ralo went to social media this week to get at Youngsta and offer $10,000 to have the post removed.

“I just want to tell this b*tch a** n*gga Blac Youngsta, nah, excuse me. I’m sorry y’all. He’s a super b*tch a** n*gga – you can tell your manager I’ll give him $10,000 right now – for your h*e a** to take that picture down. I’m trying to bring black men to the motherf*cking religion and you over here playing with God. You think Jesus wanted to die on the cross, n*gga? Jesus didn’t want to be up there, he was ‘forced’ up there, n*gga. Did you even read the motherf*cking bible?”


Last night, Youngsta jumped on Instagram with a picture of himself bloodied and pinned to a cross.

Recently, fellow Southern rapper Young Buck revealed he nearly went for the role of 2Pac in the recently released All Eyez On Me biopic.

“I think the guy that played Pac, we need to check his birth certificate. People don’t know this, but I was supposed to play Pac. I was supposed to play Tupac Shakur. I didn’t get as far as reading the scripts and things of that nature, but I actually was lined up or one of those guys that was considered to play 2Pac.” (DJ Smallz Eyez)

In June, director John Singleton dished out his personal All Eyez On Me issues.

“They just made a movie, they didn’t think of it as a cultural event. They didn’t think of it in terms of something that affected our generation. People who are younger, who don’t really understand the legacy of Tupac Amaru Shakur, they just go to a movie and they see a rap star. But dude was much more than a rap star. So that’s why I’m really upset. And then these cats get on the radio and start disparaging my name – 50 [Cent] came out and had my back. ‘I saw this, y’all need to apologize to John.'” (V-103)