NBA YoungBoy And Mother Of His Child Arcola Exchange Heated Words Online

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Whew! Some not-so-nice words were shared between NBA YoungBoy and Arcola, the mother of his son Kaell. Things popped off when Arcola shared screenshots of text messages with YoungBoy to an Instagram account. According to her, NBA YoungBoy “begged” to see their son, then asked her to pick him back up after getting upset with her for a photographed joke.

Heated Texts Revealed

“You a weak a** b***h. You get mad and always take sh*t out on your kids b***h your pitiful,” Arcola wrote in a text sent to NBA YoungBoy, who is saved in her contacts as Top Toxic. “Now you mad he gotta leave. Never met a n***a weaker than yo b***h a** like I said have someone bring him cause I’m busy and if nobody can then I’ll be there when I get there.”

The previous message is the first of a few text exchanges shared. In response, NBA YoungBoy told Arcola nothing she says bothers him. A second screenshot shows NBA  YoungBoy asking Arcola on January 5 to see Kaell. When she asks when he’d like to see Kaell, the rapper writes “now” with more than 50 w’s.

Arcola also shared a screenshot of a flight search on United that came up with zero results. “Lord please,” Arcola wrote on the flight information picture. She says NBA YoungBoy got upset because of a photo she posted with pocket change on the floor.

“Kentrell wya? This 9-5 ain’t enough,” Arcola wrote in the caption of a photo featuring her laying on the ground.

Complaints Against Daddy

She continues on, calling YoungBoy “bitter” and a “fake a** father of the year.” In additional screenshots, the artist asks Arcola on January 13 to bring him Kaell. She responds that she’ll be bringing him in a few days, but Kentrell insists on coming the same day. He even encourages her to tell her workplace she has Covid-19, which she declines to do.

Shortly after posting the texts, Arcola removed them from her Instagram Story. Apparently though, NBA YoungBoy told her to share the messages in a text that reads, “Bum b***h go tell the world stop texting me.”

“He makes me sick literally and everybody in his camp could run that back idgaf f**k all y’all,” Arcola wrote along with the shared messages.

She clarified her reasons for letting Kaell visit NBA YoungBoy in another post.

“Only reason I let Kaell go the first time was because I didn’t want to seem bitter ya know,” Arcola wrote. “And also he needed to know his dad but I tried and that’s out the window.”

NBA YoungBoy Responds 

Like Arcola, NBA YoungBoy decided to take to Instagram with text message posts.

“Ion know what type of internet games you playing but I don’t owe you s**t I ain’t even want no baby with you,” YoungBoy allegedly wrote. “I told you not but I accepted responsibility. y’all ho*s play baby games then try to come for some s*t I earned and risked my life for cause y’all ain’t woman enough or capable to get on y’all sh*t.”

He also tells Arcola to pick up their son in the morning. She responds with her own series of Instagram posts.

“He think he hurting my feelings saying he didn’t want the baby,” Arcola wrote in response. “Like let’s not forget how you was telling me ‘Actually I’m happy you kept the baby.”

Arcola & Her Regular Job

Just days ago, Arcola explained to her social media followers why she still works a regular job. The mother expressed that the financial responsibility of caring for their son falls on both parents, not just Kentrell.

“So since my son’s father got money, I can’t work? I could call him for whatever I want right now. Working is a choice for me. We both are parents… why would I just let him do everything for my son? That’s like cheating on a test in my eyes. I’m going to take care of my son by any means. If that man was to leave right now, I’d be able to take care of my son by myself off working. The f*ck? I’m a parent too, I got money too. He might have more than me but he’s not the only one with money.”

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