Vic Mensa 2.0 : Goldlink Claims Creation of Blueprint for “The Divine Feminine” (News)

GoldLink has sipped a little to much Kool-aid with his recent post on Instagram. For those who are unfamiliar GoldLink is a artist from Washington that rose to fame over the years with his hip-hop, pop and dance fusion of music. His breakout hit “Crew” which features Brent Faiyaz and Shy Glizzy would shoot him to stardom in 2017 from his debut album “At What Cost.” Now the reason this is Vic Mensa 2.0 for those who aren’t aware is due to Mensa’s disrespect of the late XXXTENTACION as GoldLink has posted on his Instagram a long, egotistical post about some things he should’ve aired out while Malcolm was alive.

GoldLink’s is claiming that when he was on tour as a guest with Mac Miller for “GO:OD AM” he claims he show Malcolm “And After That, We Didn’t Talk.” He claims Miller loved it and the single “Unique” which features Anderson .Paak. He is now claiming that Malcolm bit his sound and style for his next album “The Divine Feminine” along with using Anderson .Paak for his single “Dang!” which he also claims to have tried contacting Mac about but to no response. Anderson .Paak would respond back and later delete his post in which he ask if it was a blueprint where did the success go. He defended his late friend and blasted GoldLink for his gross post on the subject that has made me lose respect for Link as a musician and person. GoldLink is canceled, long live Malcolm McCormick.

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