Yesterday, rumors started flying around that Max B would be released from prison. Much the speculation came from fan hopes but it was enough to get covered in the news by Vibe. Although it would be amazing if Biggavelli was actually released from jail, that day has not ficially come yet according to one the rapper’s associates.
Earlier this year, French Montana said that his homie would be released later this year. The last we had heard about his case, he was due to be free on November 9, 2025 after having his sentence shortened dramatically. The man’s 75-year sentence was dropped down to just 20 years after he was found guilty on conspiracy charges related to armed robbery, kidnapping, assault, and felony murder. The Wave God’s self-proclaimed right-hand man, Masar, responded to the talk on Instagram, stating that while the rumor Max B’s release is appreciated, it’s not truthful.
Hopefully, Max B will be released sooner than anticipated. Unfortunately though, that day was not yesterday.
Young Thug, occasionally known by the simple yet evocative Jeffery moniker, has had enough. The androgynous rapper recently took to Instagram Live to clear the air, essentially informing the public that a historical reanalysis may be in order. Thug comes out swinging, laying down the scope his influence, placing heavy emphasis on image and stylistic perception:
In other words, Thug took the brunt the “gay jokes” so that the rest the game didn’t have to. Catfish Billy knows a thing or too about martyrdom.
Interestingly enough, Thug’s message comes on the heels Super Slimey partner Future’s own proclamation self-worth. Taking to Twitter, the Beast Mode 2 rapper went f, essentially demanding his due from those he proclaimed to father:
From the sound it, both Future and Thug have reached a point in their careers where they’d like some respect put on their names. And deservedly so, seeing the scope their combined influence. One has to wonder if the inevitable Super Slimey 2 will come equipped with a newfound chip-on-shoulder approach.