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Yo Gotti Says He Doesn’t Fly Private Because He Can’t Afford It



Yo Gotti Reveals He Can't Afford Flying In A Private Jet

Yo Gotti Reveals He Can’t Afford Flying In A Private Jet

In a recent interview, Yo Gotti spoke about his baller lifestyle but the CMG boss says he still cannot afford to fly by private jet.

“I don’t even fly private. I can’t afford it. I fly first class and I’m keeping my paper. I can’t afford it up here [in my head],” he said on Big Boy’s Neighborhood.

“Some of em only fly private. I was trying to get one of my artists to do some promo. He’s like, ‘It’s cool, I’m gonna fly private though.’ I’m like, ‘I don’t even fly private.’… Dugg young and turnt. He only fly private.”

“Smart man! I have friends that think I’m broke because I don’t always buy high end fashion like they do,” a fan commented. “I can find better things to spend my money on like food, my home, my child and travel. I dress decent without breaking the bank. Our people are so caught up in impressing others and being flashy.”

Gotti founded the record label Collective Music Group (CMG) in 2012, which has went on to sign successful acts including Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, Blac Youngsta, GloRilla, EST Gee, and Mozzy, among others.

In April, Detroit rapper 42 Dugg was sentenced to a year in prison for failing to surrender to a case back in February. The rapper will also have to serve three years of supervised release when he is released and pay a $20,000 fine. 42 Dugg must also not use illegal drugs.

Dugg was supposed to surrender in West Virginia to serve his sentence for illegally possessing a firearm after he allegedly fired a weapon inside a gun range in Atlanta.

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