Le’Veon Bell Says He Paid For MoneyBagg & Stunna 4 Vegas Verses But Didn’t Like Them


Le’Veon Bell says that he paid for verses from MoneyBagg and Stunna 4 Vegas however won’t ever drop them due to how they turned out. Discussing artists he’s collaborated with on Twitter, the previous NFL star defined that he feels the 2 used the chance for a money seize and phoned of their work.

“I got so many songs with features on it with popular or ‘industry’ rappers that I just never dropped .. like full mixed/mastered & everything! songs with Snoop, MoneyBagg, Stunna4Vegas, Tay Kieth, Lil Keed just to name a couple but I only ever dropped the song with Durk,” Bell wrote.

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Le’Veon Bell With The Steelers

KANSAS CITY, MP – JANUARY 15: Running again Le’Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers walks off of the sphere after the sport in opposition to the Kansas City Chiefs within the AFC Divisional Playoff recreation at Arrowhead Stadium on January 15, 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

As for Snoop Dogg, Bell defined that the legendary rapper was one of many first artists to ship him a verse, which he did at no cost. The solely drawback was Bell was nonetheless within the NFL and struggled to resolve on a “perfect time” to place out the music. He says he’ll put it out “at some point.”

From there, he defined: “Moneybagg & Stunna4Vegas, I paid both for .. decided not to drop these tracks with these guys because honestly, I didn’t like their verses .. I feel like they just went in the booth and recorded something as fast as they could to get a quick couple bands .. Koudos, y’all got it.” He added that “unless your Drake, SZA, or Rihanna, you gotta at least TRY or I’m not about to just drop the song just because your name is attached to it …straight up [100 emoji.] So that’s why I never dropped the tracks with Moneybagg or Stunna4vegas & most likely never will.”

Le’Veon Bell Discusses Moenybagg Yo & Stunna 4 Vegas

Bell additionally revealed that Tay Kieth served because the producer for the monitor. In truth, he mentioned that Kieth killed his contribution to the music: “Tay Kieth produced the song that Moneybagg was on .. Tay Kieth ain’t do a thing wrong to me, the beat cr*zy af, he snapped [fire emojis] … Tay Kieth, RESPECT [fire emoji.]”

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