Yo Gotti doesn’t like to spend his hard-earned money on private flights but says his Collective Music Group artists, like 42 Dugg, fly private all the time.
Rapper and producer Yo Gotti appeared on Big Boy’s Neighborhood last weekend, explaining why he doesn’t like spending his hard-earned cash on private flights but that some artists on his Collective Music Group label exclusively fly private.
“I can’t afford it,” says Gotti. “I fly first class, and I’m keeping my paper. I can’t afford it up here (in my head).”
Yo Gotti also says that many of his artists would prefer to fly private, such as 42 Dugg, and do so almost exclusively.
“I was trying to get one of my artists to do a promo. He’s like, ‘It’s cool, I’m gonna fly private though.’ I’m like, ‘I don’t even fly private,'” Gotti said. “Dugg young and turnt. He only fly private.”
Gotti may not enjoy the private jet lifestyle for himself, but he doesn’t shy away from making sure his artists enjoy the best when it comes to transportation. 42 Dugg is currently serving time on gun charges, but Yo Gotti will ensure a private jet is waiting for him when he gets out.
While less lavish than fueling the private jet, Gotti gifted GloRilla a Maybach SUV last month for the rapper’s 24th birthday.
“Happy Glo Up Day,” Yo Gotti said at the time. “I appreciate you putting in the work and trusting the process.”
“What, I’m Maybach shorty now,” said GloRilla, ecstatic as she jumped behind the wheel of the gold and black Maybach. “Talk to me nice, hoe. I’m Maybach living, b****.”
GloRilla called Yo Gotti the “best CEO” on the planet and was showered with comments of love in her replies from famous friends like Juicy J, DDG, Saweetie, Lola Brooke, Herbo, and more.