Rapper Yung Gravy’ Scandalous Video Leaked on Twitter

Rapper Yung Gravy is in controversy and talk of the town after his scandalous video got leaked. An unknown Twitter user bartholomew0794 leaked his video, showing him engaging in an intimate activity with a woman. Resultantly, fans on Twitter rushed to the user’s account to view the video. But, it has now been deleted.

Young Gravy is all over the internet and this video leak has invited mixed reactions from the netizens. The video was viewed by millions within minutes and created a plethora of memes online.


Netizen’s reaction

Yung Gravy’s video leak quickly got out of hand on Twitter, and comments among fans on social media grew more intense. Inviting extreme reactions from the audience. The rapper has, however, handled it quite well.

Twitter is split over it as some users playfully claim they are not the woman in the leak. While others call it “clearly an invasion of privacy.”
One of the users wrote:

“The whole Yung Gravy tape situation is very weird to me… like this was clearly not consensual and he seems upset & it’s clearly an invasion of privacy?? The internet’s obsession with violating people & airing out their lives is wild.”


Yung Gravy’s response to the leak

The rapper uploaded a video to social media shortly after the leak, saying:

“Yep, I saw it, it’s just the way she goes baby.”

In addition to the memes and opinions on the leaked video, fans are complimenting the rapper for his cool and collected response to the video leak. Making a reference to the leaked footage, Yung Gravy tweeted about charting at number 68 on the Billboard Top 100 this month.

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Who is Yung Gravy?

The real name of Yung Gravy is Mat thew Raymond Hauri. The American rapper, 26, was born in Minnesota. Initially, he rose to stardom in 2017 after his song “Mr. Clean” became viral on SoundCloud. Yung Gravy is frequently linked to fellow musicians bbno$ and Chief Keef as well as producer Y2K. He is currently RIAA certified Platinum.
The 26-year-old rapper has so far put out one album, seven EPs, and three volumes. He has already done seven worldwide tours, and a further one was due to start in August 2020.


In 2014, Yung Gravy graduated from Mayo High School and went on to the University of Wisconsin, Madison, to study marketing. He started rapping as a hobby during his time in college. But launched his career on SoundCloud after being influenced by artists like Lil Peep and Lil Yachty. Finally, in 2016, he decided to quit his work, focus solely on composing music, and spend all of his time in the studio.

The ideas in Yung Gravy’s music are drawn from the would and oldies movements of the 1950s and 1960s and are based on contemporary trap music. His songs also feature themes from the 80s soul and funk.


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