Memphis rapper Yo Gotti looks like he can’t get enough of reality TV star Angela Simmons. The hip-hop veteran has low-key saluted Simmons’ new mouthwatering bikini pics.

A screenshot has surfaced of Gotti paying full attention to Simmons’ must-like Instagram shot.

#YoGotti we see you in #AngelaSimmons’ comments 👀😩 #ShootYoShot

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Recently, Yo Gotti teamed up with audio giant Monster for a new partnership.

As part of Monster’s alliance with the Roc Nation superstar, Monster is collaborating with Yo Gotti to create “The Sound of Yo Gotti,” including a special VIP website that will highlight specially designated Monster products chosen by Yo Gotti to bring fans new ways to experience the very best audio quality possible. (Monster)

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Gotti recently teamed up with streaming giant TIDAL to release a new documentary.

TIDAL will exclusively release a documentary also titled “I STILL AM,” which follows Yo Gotti across the country as he prepares for the release of his newest album. Fans can check out TIDAL.com/YoGotti to be the first to learn more. Yo Gotti and TIDAL previously partnered for the exclusive release of the “Rake it Up” visual as well as a livestream of the “White Friday” concert. Gotti will also be performing at the TIDAL X: Brooklyn charity event on October 17th. Fans can watch the livestream on TIDAL.com/Brooklyn.

In mid-September, Gotti and rap star Nicki Minaj performed their hit “Rake It Up” single.

Yo Gotti and Nicki Minaj took the stage on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night to do their track “Rake It Up.” Watch the strobe-heavy performance below. The song appears on Gotti’s collaborative album with Mike WiLL Made-It, titled Gotti Made-It. In the accompanying music video, he and Nicki rake up money that literally falls from trees. Earlier this year, Gotti released his new album White Friday (CM9). Nicki has also been busy, releasing songs with Future (“You Da Baddest”), 2 Chainz (“Realize”), and Fergie (“You Already Know”), among others. (Pitchfork)