After a lengthy hiatus, Rich Homie Quan has reunited with Young Thug for the new single “Still Sinning.” The two rappers previously worked together in 2015, when Young Thug’s massive RICO indictment kept him off the radar. In a series of social media posts, Quan has explained his decision to return to music. The rap duo is due to release a new album in June.
Young Thug recently called out Rich Homie Quan for publicly accusing him of being gay. According to the rapper, he felt “injured” by Rich Homie’s public comments. Young Thug has blamed the incident on alcohol, but he believes Quan did not mean to hurt him. Young Thug also revealed that he and Rich Homie don’t want to talk.
Although Quan has not spoken to Young Thug in a while, he’s expressed his excitement for Slime Language 2. The rapper is also reportedly excited about the project. Though Quan and Young Thug have not worked together in years, he still says he loves the Atlanta rapper.
Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug’s beef over money and fame is nothing new. The two rappers traded shots in 2015 and then disassociated. Thugger rejected a $1 million deal with Gucci Mane in 2017 to record an album with Rich Homie Quan. The two were once poised to dominate the music industry together.