SOB x RBE is one of the biggest things to come out of the Vallejo, California in recent memory. Not only do they have the charisma that NhT Boyz had back in the late 2000’s, but the crew gained far greater influence and mainstream success, peaking with their appearance on Kendrick Lamar’s Black Panther soundtrack. Well, it seems the group will be officially splitting up after the release of their newest album , Gangin 2, according to core member Yhung T.O. The rapper announced that he believes the album will most likely be his last due to different views within the crew and irreconciable differences.
Yhung T.O. continued with his announcement in the caption of the pic, which has since been deleted:
“To Whom It may concern… No We Not Fonkin We just on different Terms, Crazy How You make money and Create a New Life wit Niggas you call brother and in the End they still disloyal. People tell me ‘ SOB X RBE is the BIGGEST thing, You never gone be as BIG without out, What about the money ?? How u gone feed yo family without SOB X RBE’ So what I’m posed to do go against the grain and everything i believe in fa money ??”
The young rapper does confirm he will still collaborate and work with other group member DaBoii.
“Never I will never sell my soul, You can’t buy a real nigga , And Hey even If i don’t be as BIG without it at least I could look myself n the mirror everyday and know I’m Still a Solid Nigga to the Core Sumtimes No matter how hard you try to keep shit together sometimes shit just be destined Who knows what the future a bring tho @_daboii_ Always Love You Bro Demon and Mufasa Forever …. And Just for you Dumb MFs It ain’t got shit to do wit Money it’s bout Respect #TuTuLand.”
The remaining three members of SOB x RBE include DaBoii, Lil G, and Slimmy B, but it is unsure if the trio will continue to work together without Yhung T.O. or if they will continue with their Global Gangin Tour set to resume in October. SOB x RBE has risen prominently in the rap game over the past few years since first forming back in 2015 and its crazy to think they could be over almost as fast as they started.
What do you guys think of this recent news?