Yukmouth Takes Aim At Plies On His "Charles Bronson" Diss Record
Yukmouth and The Regime air out their differences with Plies on their diss record, "Charles Bronson."
Oakland rapper Yukmouth has officially taken his issues with fellow artist Plies to wax with the release of the visuals to his diss record “Charles Bronson.”
The music video opens with what appears to be an exaggerated version of Plies dancing with a woman while the rapper’s “Low Miles” plays in the background. This portion of the video lasts about 45 seconds before the Plies character is ambushed by Yukmouth and the rest of The Regime.
On “Charles Bronson,” Yukmouth goes on to drop numerous bars aimed at the Miami musician including this particular line that mocks the tragedy at Sandy Hook: “I have killa’s at every show this nigga book/ Turn it to Sandy Hook.”
The Luniz co-founder also attempts to call out Plies for his educational background as he raps, “Bitch, you live the class life/ But he screaming ‘trap life.’"
Not one to shy away from the occasional rap beef, Yukmouth has also had issues with Master P, Game, Suge Knight, Scarface, and more.