Yung Bleu Offers Advice For Black Men Staying Faithful On Social Media


Social media is a beneficial tool that helps connect people all over the world. It can also be damaging with the way some people use it. Relationships have ended because someone was caught snooping around another person’s DM or shared a post that rubbed somebody the wrong way.

Rappers have gone through it with their significant others because of social media, and Yung Bleu thinks he has the answer to this ongoing issue. On Sunday (July 18), Yung Bleu took to Twitter to offer some advice to Black men struggling with fidelity and social media. 

“My black men if u wanna be faithful just stay off social media,” Bleu said in a deleted tweet. “Post and get Tf off ASAP…cuz soons u start scrolling …boom …ass n tities . Thats the devil my brother.” 

Of course, fans had something to say about Bleu’s take on acting faithful with social media, so the HipHopDX 2021 Rising Star had to explain himself even more. 

“I just acknowledge that social media could be temptation,” he said. “I never said u had to act on shit. But we lien if we say what we see on social media dnt make it harder. For me we just easy. I really was just speaking on a deeper convo me and my wife was having just opening up lol.”

Giving advice isn’t the only thing Yung Bleu is doing with his time. The “You’re Mines Still” crooner’s debut album Moon Boy will arrive on July 23 with a gang of features.  

John Legend, H.E.R., Moneybagg Yo, Kodak Black, Kehlani, Big Sean, Jeezy, Gunna, Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, Davido and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie all make appearances on the 15-track album.