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Lil Baby Runs Into YK Osiris, Presses Him Over $5,000 Debt

Written by on November 26, 2021


Lil Baby is serious when it comes to collecting his money.

On Wednesday (Nov. 24), a vlog surfaced on Icebox’s YouTube channel featuring Lil Baby copping some expensive bling-bling at the famed jewelry retailer. In the middle of his shopping spree, he ran into his good friend YK Osiris. The Atlanta rapper was friendly with the 2019 XXL Freshman at first but then he started pressing him about the $5,000 debt that he owes him.

While Baby is fixing his hair in the mirror he unapologetically tells Osiris to run him his money. “Osiris, let me get them five bands, bruh,” he stated.

Osiris laughs off Lil Baby’s demand and tells him he can’t wait to pay him back, but that didn’t satisfy the My Turn creator. “I know that rap shit go up and down,” he said. “If you fucked up right now, don’t worry about it. I’ll get it from you. I’ll wait on your next hit.”

Osiris continues to laugh it off and tells Lil Baby, “Yeah but I got to clear it first,” which presumedly may be a sample that he has to clear before he can release it.

Lil Baby appears to be frustrated and tells the Icebox owners that Osiris owes him $5K but he has to wait after he gets a hit song in order for him to collect.

Later in the conversation, Lil Baby asked Osiris how long did he owe him his money. “About three months” the “Worth It” singer replied.

“That’s a lie,” Lil Baby clapped back. “Probably like five or six months.”

There’s no word on where Osiris’ debt came from, but Lil Baby suggested, “I should get a little interest.”

Lil Baby then looked at Osiris’ bright orange-colored sweatsuit that he was wearing and jokingly called him a “sissy.”

In the end, if there’s anyone out there who owes Lil Baby some money, you have been warned: He’s the debt collector.

Watch Lil Baby at the Icebox jewelry store below. Fast-forward to the 6:20 mark to see Lil Baby press YK for his $5,000 that he owes him.

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