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Fetty Wap's Unexpected Demise (Billboard #1 to 40 Years in Prison)

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  • Patrick Cc:
    Patrick Cc:  2 ай бұрын +4144

    i just realized I missed the opportunity to make the video 17:38 in length..

    • King Dingaling
      King Dingaling 23 сағат бұрын

      They’re all ingrates
      They want what’s yours
      They’d rather get yours than get their own
      I can’t even get that weak way of thinking
      Jealousy is a MuFu
      There’s way more punks out there than you’d think
      Or at least than I thought
      Because when you’re real you don’t think like a Sucka so it’s hard to really comprehend how many Suckas there is
      You know they’re there but it’s way more than that , way more than You even think .

    • Karl Kneeland
      Karl Kneeland 4 күн бұрын

      I am offended bro, "normal person like you or me" I am not normal by any means. I am out making money off my music and bought a home doing music. Just because I stopped by and watched your videos, does not make me normal.

    • Zuzu Fleur
      Zuzu Fleur 11 күн бұрын


    • Charles Edwards
      Charles Edwards 28 күн бұрын


    • Stacie Mohler
      Stacie Mohler Ай бұрын

      @Southside Station huh?

  • JonVu
    JonVu 2 ай бұрын +3378

    Nobody will ever forget Fetty Wap's Legendary 2015 to 2016 run

    • jasmine
      jasmine 11 сағат бұрын

      I still listen to him 😂🔥

    • V
      V 2 күн бұрын

      Mf period 🗣️FETTY WAP ✊🏾🫶🏾🔥🤩😍💪🏾💪🏾

    • EazyDoesIt
      EazyDoesIt 6 күн бұрын

      Best year of our lives when he was hot …. Summer 16 I’ll never forget

    • Pandorin
      Pandorin 6 күн бұрын

      Nah shit was annoying as fuck

    • Bmac_xxx
      Bmac_xxx 9 күн бұрын

      I never will, I enjoyed it heaps, hearing his records at the clubs or listening to him at home was more rememberable

  • Jmillz
    Jmillz 2 ай бұрын +786

    One of his issues was that his circle was too big, sometimes you can’t bring everyone with you despite how much you love your people.

    • Albuquerque Hotspot
      Albuquerque Hotspot 6 күн бұрын +1

      Facts bro gotta leave those not ready to evolve behind

      REED MOORES Ай бұрын +1

      Some people you have to love them from a distance, not because you don’t love them, but because you love them very much.

    • Avery Weinstein
      Avery Weinstein Ай бұрын +5

      Honestly. I’ve lost people (not by them dying, but lost them from my life) who I thought were my real friends, even though they almost never treated me with respect, the few times that they did made me feel like they were my friends. I then started to really question it after my sister came over to visit and noticed how fake they were. There was a huge verbal blow up in our friend group and I don’t even miss the people who left because I know my friends that I have now are real. They never disrespect me and always treat me with respect. The real friends in my group stuck with me. I keep my circle small now.

    • Dee Cuhh
      Dee Cuhh Ай бұрын

      Bra how tf would you know? U don't with them smart ass fingers yell are ridiculous bra do sumn constructive

    • Fitzgerald Cheek
      Fitzgerald Cheek Ай бұрын


  • ItsStorm_SZN
    ItsStorm_SZN 2 ай бұрын +1489

    For those who didn't know his last album The Butterfly Effect wasn't supposed to be his come back but had plans to make a more hit album afterwards the album was actually a tribute to his late daughter who passed away in June, 2021 and a thank you to his still loyal fans. And the incident where he was on bond and told the man he was going to kill him was for talking on his daughter disrespectfully which I feel was also left out.

    • ItsStorm_SZN
      ItsStorm_SZN 2 күн бұрын

      @manuel guia Same actually.

    • Catch Me On The Flip
      Catch Me On The Flip 2 күн бұрын +1

      thanks for filling in the gaps here

    • manuel guia
      manuel guia 4 күн бұрын +1

      Idk how I found his SoundCloud but I remember 8-9 years ago at school on the chrome book bumping fetty wishing him nothing but the best from now on

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • Leanteam
      Leanteam Ай бұрын +1

      This mad facts real fans know RIP

  • Kedo
    Kedo 2 ай бұрын +385

    He was a genuinely good person caught in bad situations and friends. It's so sad watching a person who genuinely just wanna help get turned on like that

    • Math Matics
      Math Matics 6 күн бұрын

      Sounds good and maybe he did wanna help some and to a certain degree. But selling those drugs literally destroys and kills many. Sure u know people also who have died or have problems now with those drugs. Is greed and a horrible decision. Of course the ppl around helped push it that direction though. But he still has to walk with them. And potentially find it even beginning.

    • Kedo
      Kedo 10 күн бұрын

      @brian pinion fax fam

    • brian pinion
      brian pinion 10 күн бұрын +3

      yea , i never heard of the guy this just came on Autoplay but got interested in it , but overall seamed like great guy trying to help friends while they got one hand out for money then turn with the other and stab him in the back, music business so dirty, sad

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • killer joe
      killer joe Ай бұрын +6

      The bar is set really low for being a " good guy".

  • Lady Butters
    Lady Butters Ай бұрын +185

    This legitimately makes me sad… when Fetty first got big, I was obsessed with his music. A ton of his songs remind me of some of the best and the worst times in my life. Learning lessons for sure. “No dayz off” was my work jam. I literally listened to it every single day. It breaks my heart he went in this direction… the man has some talent. I’d love to see him come out back on top after he serves his time. Smarter and better than ever. I never knew any of this… but it sucks! He needs to stop looking for validation from everyone else and be secure in himself and his talent. It seems like all these people leeched off of him and left him in the dirt.

  • Zizzle 1998
    Zizzle 1998 2 ай бұрын +1381

    Hearing this story makes me sad. I thought dude was stupid and ignorant. It actually sounds like he has a huge heart, and was taken advantage of. I personally am not the biggest fan of his, but I hope he can make it out and get his life straightened out.

    • Eugene
      Eugene 6 күн бұрын

      @ResilienceAP Because he is a rapper. None of whom could ever be called an intellectual.

    • ElVenadoHostil
      ElVenadoHostil 7 күн бұрын

      Being stupid and ignorant has nothing to do with having a heart.

    • The Renaissance Amazon
      The Renaissance Amazon 8 күн бұрын

      He is stupid and Ignorant

    • Tony
      Tony 8 күн бұрын

      I don’t know if you guys were watching a different video, but every move he made seemed ignorant. Taking Drake off your track? Ignorant. Keeping a bad manager? Ignorant. Letting your manager get paid before you? Ignorant. Giving your manager your first million? Ignorant. Bringing 30 dudes on tour? Ignorant. Buying $1500 jeans for 30 dudes? Ignorant. Buying houses in every city you tour? Ignorant. Having 16 keys of coke on your tour bus? Ignorant. A lot of these mistakes are the same ones rappers have been making for decades so you can’t even say he didn’t know. I’m sure Fetty knew that MC Hammer went broke from bringing too many homies on tour

    • Deja
      Deja 14 күн бұрын

      @fallon crocker I'm not a troll and nobody was talking to you. also not a guy so don't refer to me as one. stfu.

  • Aisha knows Jah
    Aisha knows Jah Ай бұрын +98

    This happened to me and taught me a big lesson. Everyone can't go where you're going. "friends" can be your downfall. They milked him dry while conspiring. It's sad

    • Aisha knows Jah
      Aisha knows Jah Сағат бұрын

      @Dave Johnson help him to get the help that he needs. If he doesn't accept it, leave him alone. Sometimes we have to show tough love

    • Aisha knows Jah
      Aisha knows Jah Сағат бұрын +1

      @Kara Hirsch sometimes it's best to just keep to yourself

    • Aisha knows Jah
      Aisha knows Jah Сағат бұрын +1

      @Kara Hirsch isn't that sad? Smh

    • Kara Hirsch
      Kara Hirsch 8 сағат бұрын +1

      It is a lesson I Just learned at 30 some times a firend ship turns into something toxic

    • Dave Johnson
      Dave Johnson 7 күн бұрын +3

      My friend is adicted to alcohol I must quit this friendshipness because of he make me drink alcohol and drug and party while I wanna focus on live

  • H
    H Ай бұрын +46

    Everybody watching this video we can all go help fetty out and stream his last album, considering what a genuinely kind human being he is. Look how many people he took care of and they all took advantage of him. I know he learned his lesson from that he still has a lot of learning to do as we all do.

    • Nicholas Woollhead
      Nicholas Woollhead 7 күн бұрын

      Mate don't just watch one video and form an opinion on a dude. The man was threatning to kill people and shit so it's safe to assume he probably isn't a saint

    • Nathan Robbins
      Nathan Robbins 12 күн бұрын

      @Eric Frank Music just stream or buy it lol?

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын +1

      Lets collab 🤟

  • Caleb
    Caleb 2 ай бұрын +59

    Fetty’s first album to me is a masterpiece. Each song is a hit, 10/10. Loved his voice and his sound. My friends and I would always joke and call ourselves the Remy Boyz. I loved his music and it seemed like he was a very down to earth man who wanted the best for his friends. It’s just unfortunate how everything turned out and the choices that were made which were mistakes. My friends and I patiently await for his return and still think he has the potential to make it big.

    • StrangeClouds
      StrangeClouds 25 күн бұрын

      @CHEETO NATION Well no shit I'm just saying that's how good his first album was

      CHEETO NATION 25 күн бұрын

      @StrangeClouds nah that's not how it works

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab 🤟

    • StrangeClouds
      StrangeClouds Ай бұрын +1

      Fettys hits could of lasted years if he spread it out.

    • SHIII Thoughts
      SHIII Thoughts Ай бұрын +1

      Even when I was in Nigeria. Everyone used to love him 😆

  • 2A Taco
    2A Taco 2 ай бұрын +21

    He seems like a humble generous loyal guy who worked hard for his friends/family to live the life he had sad to see him on a downwards spiral

  • NH4 Ci
    NH4 Ci 2 ай бұрын +58

    This is actually really sad. He seems like such a sweet guy

  • Mavis Jones
    Mavis Jones Ай бұрын +43

    This is why you gotta leave the hood boy’s completely. Yeah build a kid’s club for the youth and donate to your town but don’t go bk and definitely don’t put others careers before yourself. I hope he gets out and can live a happy life 🙏🏼❣️

  • Tomika Kelly
    Tomika Kelly Ай бұрын +20

    He always seemed like a really genuine guy.

  • Uzaki Against All of Twitter
    Uzaki Against All of Twitter 2 ай бұрын +322

    Fetty is a great example as to why you should never be too kind. Some people will find ways to exploit kindness for their own benefit, doesn't matter if it's friends or family. I hope a miracle happens and he gets out early.

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • Brian Morrison
      Brian Morrison Ай бұрын

      No matter how much you are feeling about your hood, and put your homeboys or homegirls on,at the end of the day it's all about the business, but sometimes you just don't know how to handle larger amounts of money, it's like a drug, and other people get addicted to you giving them the best lifestyle, sometimes you have to escape and get your own head together behind the scenes..

    • Yamin Abdalla
      Yamin Abdalla Ай бұрын +2

      I just can’t take you seriously with that name bro I’m sorry

    • Uzaki Against All of Twitter
      Uzaki Against All of Twitter Ай бұрын +5

      ​@A I'm not denying he made stupid decisions, but to say all of it was because he's dumb is a bit of an overstatement. There's nothing wrong with trying to help those close to you (at least, those who you thought were close to you at the time) and it's not that dumb of an idea to stick and be loyal to the manager who initially got you big. This was a case of people around him changing because of money and him being naive enough to stay with these people.

    • A
      A Ай бұрын +8

      Being kind does not mean being dumb.

  • Florin Fasie
    Florin Fasie 2 ай бұрын +16

    I followed him since the beggin ,he started to go down when they delayed that album for like 4 years,when he released it nobody cared anymore,another step was that he was working only with his homies that aren't tallented like him ,so it was a lot of factors ,he could do better if he was doing features with know artists and releasing music more constant.Sorry for the bad english.

  • Unique as hell Davis
    Unique as hell Davis Ай бұрын +7

    Honestly this young man was extremely humble and talented but his mistake was trusting people it’s sad I pray that things get better for him he didn’t deserve what happened to him stay up fetty 🙏🏽💜🙏🏽💜

  • Basil
    Basil Ай бұрын +11

    i love fetty wap so much and this makes me so sad. in the depths of my addiction i was in jail and trap queen was really popular, someone scratched trap queen into the door in my cell and it was constantly on repeat in my head the whole time. this makes me feel i should write him and send him love. i can only imagine how sad and lonely this sentence must feel.

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⭐

    • SHIII Thoughts
      SHIII Thoughts Ай бұрын +1

      I feel bad since all his friends turned on him. This is why you should never be too kind. Hope his family visits him everyday

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  • GeekExtremist
    GeekExtremist 2 ай бұрын +757

    Damn man, imagine finding out that Beyonce personally wanted to take you on tour with her and your manager declined. That dude was stupid; with how loyal Fetty was, and with how he constantly wanted to bring his boys up with him, have Fetty do the tour and grow even more with Beyonce.
    That would have just been even more eyes Fetty could have brought on to the rest of the guys once Fetty did his own tour. Nitt just didn't want to wait a little longer and play the long game.
    Fetty was; "When I get big, we all get big. "
    Nitt was; "We all get big at the same time or none of us do." Dumb as hell.
    (Of course that is if that's how it really went down. I just have a hard time believing Fetty would have been the one saying "all my boys get on the bill or I ain't going" as surely he would have known the growth it would have done for all of them)

    • 19emoss
      19emoss 9 күн бұрын

      @SoldierOfTruth Corny

    • SoldierOfTruth
      SoldierOfTruth 13 күн бұрын

      beyonce that will have him sell his soul?? gtfo!

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • Ase Lyne
      Ase Lyne Ай бұрын +1

      BM for you, they drag eachother down all day

    • GeekExtremist
      GeekExtremist Ай бұрын +1

      @Daliterate D Thanks for the info, I'll check it out

  • Spicy Tomango
    Spicy Tomango 2 ай бұрын +147

    Fetty has a big heart. As successful as he was, he always stayed humble and loyal to his friends. He worked hard to put everybody on. It's sad that out of everybody he helped, nobody was looking out for him. The people he gave the most worked the hardest to bring him down. Nitt is the slimiest tool I've ever seen, I hope he gets what's coming to him.

  • 3amDayDreamer💫
    3amDayDreamer💫 Ай бұрын +19

    Sigh I wish things were different for him. He seems so sweet 😔😔

  • Christina Fuller
    Christina Fuller Ай бұрын +1

    I loved his music and 2015 was a great year and a lot of fun. I thank him for the great music. If he really did those drug crimes, he deserves to be locked up. Too bad. I really hope he is being set up.

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab 🤷‍♂️

      MONTELL Ай бұрын +1

      I smile when I hear about 2015

  • Andrew Lentner
    Andrew Lentner 2 ай бұрын +22

    He's still got a loyal fanbase, including me. I bump Butterfly effect heavy

  • NMRIH is a great Source mod - blessed by Cory's lip

    imagine being so rich you could retire comfortably for entire life and then you get 40 years in prison from shenanigans

    • Kara Hirsch
      Kara Hirsch 8 сағат бұрын

      Could have bought a small house and never worked again married and had a family

    • StreetBuzz
      StreetBuzz 2 күн бұрын

      that's a black man for ya

    • Po Pov
      Po Pov 2 күн бұрын

      Hoodrats ☕

    • Taylor Hamilton
      Taylor Hamilton 4 күн бұрын

      Sounds like he didn't really have as much money as you thought.

    • TheValorousDong
      TheValorousDong 4 күн бұрын

      @NoLife name is legit at least

  • David Anspach
    David Anspach 2 ай бұрын

    All I got from this is that the music industry, like every other industry in this country, is a disgusting, venomous meatgrinder.
    Any industry, any society, where it's a bad thing to take your community and your people with you along the road to success is not one that is worth preserving.
    I only knew about this dude through cultural osmosis. I don't like his style of rap. I now have a massive amount of respect for him. Black communities need men like him but of course that's why the prison system exists.

  • Z33 60D
    Z33 60D 2 ай бұрын +8

    I’m from Paterson NJ , and I remember when Fetty first started blowing up with Trap Queen and 679, we were like damn this guy is gonna go far, fast forward a year later he was the biggest artist on the globe. It’s sad to see what has happened now to such a great artist,

    • Z33 60D
      Z33 60D Ай бұрын +1

      @eric kariuki that’s cool…..you want a cookie now ?

    • eric kariuki
      eric kariuki Ай бұрын

      On the globe??? Most of the world doesn't listen to rap music.

  • BeautifulL Sistrin
    BeautifulL Sistrin Ай бұрын +2

    First mistake anyone can ever make when they get rich is having one accountant
    I really hope things work out for Fetty, pretty humble guy... Good people without boundaries always get taken advantage of!


    Dang man 🙏🏽 he comes back around to get back what he put out into people

  • Driver Blaze
    Driver Blaze Ай бұрын +6

    being” real” and kind(good guy) will ALWAYS get you fuckd over , always

  • Cosmicperception
    Cosmicperception  2 ай бұрын +4

    I don’t know half the people you cover but I love watching these videos. Very well made.

  • cfairfax85
    cfairfax85 Ай бұрын +3

    This one hurts...I actually liked the kid. I hope things change for him

  • NorchkingzVlog
    NorchkingzVlog 2 ай бұрын +5

    I’m glad he making a come back now❤️

  • uncanny cowboy
    uncanny cowboy 2 ай бұрын +381

    It was actually kinda scary to me how he went from being everywhere, like you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing his name or one of his songs, to just dropping off the face of the earth. I definitely thought he had died and I had just somehow missed the news about it

    • LVH
      LVH 4 күн бұрын

      @Jes Clifford selling your soul ain’t real. selling your souls means abandoning core values and the things you moral believe for riches. it is an internal sale not a “selling soul”. using that term just makes u sound like a clout chaser.

    • LVH
      LVH 4 күн бұрын

      @Jes Clifford being in the media is not the same thing as getting far and making money. y’all are hopeless.

    • LVH
      LVH 6 күн бұрын

      @Jes Clifford not in the sense you mean

    • LVH
      LVH 6 күн бұрын

      @Jes Clifford selling your soul just means giving up your old life and values for the pursuit of money don’t be a dumb ass the devil and demons aren’t real.

    • Jes Clifford
      Jes Clifford 6 күн бұрын

      It’s usually cus they don’t sell their soul but it seemed like he didn’t even get that far..

  • aliss liou
    aliss liou 2 ай бұрын +1

    It was actually kinda scary to me how he went from being everywhere, like you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing his name or one of his songs, to just dropping off the face

  • BuddyBoi
    BuddyBoi Ай бұрын

    Fetty wap has always been one of my favorite artists to this day…he’s so talented and unique and people only hate on him bc he fell off on all ts

  • AliceinGanjaland
    AliceinGanjaland 2 ай бұрын +64

    I’ve always loved Fetty. It’s so sad as a kid he was bullied about his eye. He seems so sweet and down to earth and just like he was really tryna make the right thing happen. Why did he think he couldn’t live off music and have to resort to stupid drug shit 😢

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⭐

    • Banshō Ten'in 級 島 内葉
      Banshō Ten'in 級 島 内葉  2 ай бұрын +2

      Old habis die hard especially when the people you came up with are toxic people due to being raised in a toxic environment. It's always easy to judge from a distance in our ivory towers based on our own life experience until we have to walk in the shoes of others.

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  • Samantha Wolf
    Samantha Wolf Ай бұрын +3

    He came to a weird small venue near my college in Sept 2017, he didn’t come out for well over an hour & ppl were booing and my friends and finally left. I guess he finally came out on one and sang 1 song 🫠

  • draco
    draco 2 ай бұрын +670

    fetty was too real for the rap game

  • Rxonmymind
    Rxonmymind 2 ай бұрын +111

    Hey man that can admit to his own failures is an attribute to be respected. He seems to be a genuinely good guy just around the wrong people.

  • Chaka Oliver
    Chaka Oliver Ай бұрын +1

    My brother was truly blindsided by these events. I hope the money is with the family and that the family's out of the life

  • Nocturnal Singularity
    Nocturnal Singularity 2 ай бұрын +1

    I totally definitely 💯 do NOT know anything more about this guy, then what I just learned here. But from what I just saw, I wouldn't say his "ego" or greed, or whatever, it truly sounds like he was genuinely good dude who wanted to do right by his friends and that was what brought him down

  • Sole Doubt
    Sole Doubt 2 ай бұрын +7

    I legit NEVER heard any of those songs before I saw you mention them in this video. I am really proud to say that. :)

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⭐

    • eric kariuki
      eric kariuki Ай бұрын +1

      Good for you. This kind of rappers take black people back

    • Mugiwara
      Mugiwara 2 ай бұрын +4

      Go listen to trap queen, unless you were actually under a rock. You heard of it.

  • Manny Gram
    Manny Gram 2 ай бұрын +4

    I had no issue sitting through this 17 min long video. Great delivery and voice you got there

  • Griffin G
    Griffin G 2 ай бұрын +1

    Even though Butterfly Effect didn’t have any “hits” I still think it was a pretty solid album. It just not what you expect from fetty.

  • Celo B
    Celo B Ай бұрын +4

    2015 you couldn’t go anywhere without hearing one of his 5 hits playing

  • James O’Boyle
    James O’Boyle 2 ай бұрын +19

    I honestly don’t know how to feel after this one. The nastogia this brings as well as hearing him talk and learning about his story was incredible, he seems like sucha generous humble dude. However the ending with drugs and getting locked up kinda made this whole story pretty sad… needa happy ending in the next one Patrick

  • Lindsey Sloan
    Lindsey Sloan 2 ай бұрын +1213

    I've been making fun of this dude for years and now I feel like a total a****** because he seems so real and so genuine. He admits that he played a big role in his failure. For normal person to admit that can be very difficult and for a famous person on his scale at the time to admit that is an even bigger and more difficult thing to do. Props to him. Seems like a really cool guy. I hope his kids are doing good.

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • sweetmotion23
      sweetmotion23 Ай бұрын +5

      Yeah, people are pretty fxked up. I remember when everyone made fun of Chadwick Boseman when he was skinny at the NBA all star game. “Black panther needs a cheeseburger” “what’s wrong with him he looks like a skeleton!”……then they all felt like shit when they found out it was cancer. The internet really emboldens people.

    • AG
      AG Ай бұрын

      Being real took him down

    • Antoni Sut
      Antoni Sut Ай бұрын

      his daughter is dead

    • Swavek
      Swavek Ай бұрын

      His daughter dies apparently, Butterfly effect album was a tribute, someone said here

  • Yolanda
    Yolanda Ай бұрын +1

    I respect his game he reminds me of DMX he wasn’t going to be no puppet it wasn’t about the money he wanted be him but some time you have to leave the hood behind you can visit but people are jealous envious and snakes.

  • loverboyjmac
    loverboyjmac Ай бұрын +2

    Damn man this is just sad and Fetty seemed like a geniune guy too.

  • Prod. Christian Sombra
    Prod. Christian Sombra 2 ай бұрын +13

    The lesson here: Always pay attention to your circle!

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab 🌟

    • Kymmie
      Kymmie Ай бұрын

      I'm not traveling with 15-30 people period.
      They were just users.
      I feel for Fetty

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  • crusader gamer
    crusader gamer 2 ай бұрын +57

    The downfall is he was too generous and because of that generosity it led to people taking advantage of him sometimes it gets to a point where you will need to help yourself before others

  • Ann S
    Ann S 2 ай бұрын +677

    He tried to help too many people who were just taker. Take care of yourself first.
    “If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and man.” - Mark Twain

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • KabbalahSherry
      KabbalahSherry Ай бұрын

      @🔥 Lil XancheX 🔥 - Stop spreading around this anti-Pitt Bull propaganda. 🙄 Pitties are sweet, good natured, loyal family dogs, as long as human beings aren't f*cking w/their minds & turning them into monsters.

    • squarebear619
      squarebear619 Ай бұрын +6

      Depends on the dog and the man. You can't save everything and everyone.

    • Ya Boi Avery
      Ya Boi Avery 2 ай бұрын

      @Joe so can serial killers, but usually they're not.

    • Joe
      Joe 2 ай бұрын +3

      @🔥 Lil XancheX 🔥 na Pits can be sweet af

  • Posh Papi
    Posh Papi Ай бұрын

    I'm from Paterson bro...the audacity of you to speak the aforementioned mans name in such a manner has left me awestruck...

  • xMontorix
    xMontorix 2 ай бұрын +2

    So crazy, these artists could invest their first check to be able to retire for life and they spend it ALL time and time again. It's crazy to think about.

  • moe
    moe 2 ай бұрын

    We’re originally from the same city and ending up moving to the same suburb. That man saved up zero and I got tired of seeing his cars getting repoed. He hustled cause he fumbled the original bag

  • Mya Ebanks
    Mya Ebanks Ай бұрын

    40 Years?
    He's going to jail for 5, this was stated way in August.

  • Ana .
    Ana . 2 ай бұрын +188

    Wow I never knew this about fetty. He’s a loyal, genuine person 😢

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • ricky sanchez
      ricky sanchez Ай бұрын +1

      @010les 50 blew Eminem's pipe. That's why 50 is still relevant.

    • 010les
      010les Ай бұрын +10

      and what did that get him in the end ?
      nothing wrong with being selfish and looking out for number1
      50 did it right
      create opportunity for your friends but when theyre not willing to work for it you cut them off
      its really that simple

  • Dtached
    Dtached 2 ай бұрын +2

    His last big single was Love The Way... then again Yams getting some traction

  • Monet Banks
    Monet Banks Ай бұрын

    This change my whole outlook on Fetty... I hope when he gets out he change his whole outlook on everything and move away. Get his life back on track

  • danks l
    danks l 2 ай бұрын +1

    I saw him live in 2018, such a good time ngl

  • Mara Millan
    Mara Millan Ай бұрын +2

    Poor fetty! 😭

  • Joeddiejoe
    Joeddiejoe 2 ай бұрын +245

    He's one of them good sounding rapper. Such a shame he plummeted down. The people who he calls "real friends" abuse his kindness and justuse him as ATM.

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

      GENETIC BEAST Ай бұрын +2

      @I6zone 💯

    • I6zone
      I6zone 2 ай бұрын +11

      Good sounding rapper isn’t enough to keep the momentum going, one needs to be versatile and skilled to stay on top

    • yeshua sage
      yeshua sage 2 ай бұрын

      Why would that suprise anyone
      You surround yourself with thugs and goons and street niggas, don’t expect them to act like thinking men

  • Kim Marrero
    Kim Marrero Ай бұрын +2

    He had chance in life for all he likes and chose wrong path after he was lucky to make it after bullied sad story 😢

  • Michael Popescu
    Michael Popescu Ай бұрын

    You know. I'm sorry to say this. He should do the time. He knows how to escape the hood and hood related garbage. He almost purposely did himself dirty

  • The Businesswoman 23
    The Businesswoman 23 2 ай бұрын +7

    I used to "hang out" in Ptown back in 2012-2014. I was addicted to opiates at the time and Patty was the cheapest place to score. (Sober now for 6+years) I can say from experience, that area is cutthroat and dangerous. The criminal lifestyle is ingrained into everyone out there. From grandmas to 12year old kids, you'd be surprised to find out how many of them are involved in some aspect of shady activity. It's a shame, but it's extremely hard to avoid in a place like that. Patty is essentially a port for heavy weight distribution of narcos, so it became a hotbed for all types of nefarious activities.
    It's the type of place where if you walk down the street without purpose or look out of place, you will get approached and it can end very badly if you don't handle yourself appropriately.
    When FettyWap started gaining more mainstream traction, I was proud that he was not only making a name for himself and the town (non drug related) , but also seemingly bringing his boys along with him for the ride. He seemed like a decent dude and I enjoyed his music. It's a shame that both his music and finances were not managed correctly. I wondered what happened to him since he disappeared and since I haven't dared to go back there in many years to hear the story directly.
    Thanks for spreading the information. ❤ Love all your videos too! You always upload such well-executed projects on a wide variety of intriguing topics. 👍

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⭐

    • The Businesswoman 23
      The Businesswoman 23 Ай бұрын +3

      @Danaka Jedd I had a child and reprioritized my entire life. It wasnt instant though. I thought I could do it all on my own, but I truly couldn't, and I was hurting myself trying incorrectly. The first step I took was getting myself into a Medical Detox (important that it is medical because they need to be able to treat you accurately and prescribe medications to help thru the withdrawals and afterward), then directly into a 30 day inpatient facility, then directly into sober houses.
      While in the houses we were allowed to attend NA/AA meetings. I went to every single one I could fit in my schedule! That helped me form a community and feel like I wasn't so alone . It made me feel like it was possible. There are some good meetings and some bad meetings though! So it may take a bit to find the ones that work for you.
      I stayed clean in sober houses, but they didn't work for me and what I needed in order to keep me on track. So I found a dual diagnosis center (mental health and substance use specialties) to address some of the underlying issues like my ptsd, major depressive disorder, panic disorder, and autistic spectrum disorder. That was a minimal 8 week program with both inpatient and outpatient aspects. Unfortunately my insurance wouldn't cover any longer than the minimum stay... so I had to find something else to help me continue my journey.
      With help from the counselors st the treatment center, I found a medicaid covered Methadone clinic with an attached outpatient treatment program. I had to get there every single day and do groups in order to get medicated, but it kept me physically and mentally stable and accountable. I stayed in the outpatient program for about 2 years and then graduated from there and have been sober for all the years afterward as well. (I also definitely consider my time on methadone as part of my sober time , but I know not everyone thinks that way)
      All of these programs I voluntarily attended because I really wanted to be free of the shackles of drugs. I wanted to be able to do simple things like go for a walk , without thinking about if I had enough dope to avoid withdrawing. I didn't want to leave my baby alone with no mother because I passed away from an OD. My will to live, finally outweighed my will to continue to tempt death.
      Other than all these programs I enrolled in, the biggest tip I'd give is to CHANGE PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS. Change your number move, don't frequent the same places or areas, don't hang out with people you got high with, etc. This can be the hardest step in getting clean, but it's the most important.
      🙏Sorry this is so long, but I like to give my honest and detailed answer to anyone wondering how I got clean. It's different for everyone, but these are certain things I'd highly advise someone to look for if they are really serious about sobriety. Relapse can happen and it's important to take it 1 day at a time and remember every minute your sober is a step in the right direction. Everyone deserves to be free of addiction and not have anything hold them back. ❤

    • Danaka Jedd
      Danaka Jedd Ай бұрын

      How did you get sober?

  • Kommissar
    Kommissar 2 ай бұрын

    He seems like a nice dude.
    Hopefully he will hook up with someone like Duff Mckagan, who can help him manage his money and save what's left.

    CHARLTON HMUMO Ай бұрын +1

    This has taught me a lot!!! Ain't nobody out here for you!

  • Mode7
    Mode7 Ай бұрын +1

    This is such a bummer to learn! I wondered why I hadn’t heard from Fetty in a while. He seems like a genuinely good dude. Just made some unfortunate choices:/

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  • Moses Rocco
    Moses Rocco 2 ай бұрын +1

    This guy seems more intelligent when he speaks than the average rapper these days but then he made bad decisions.

  • Arvel YT
    Arvel YT 2 ай бұрын

    I’m from paterson to I lived on E 24th Street and I was on one of his music videos called ZooWop I was one of the kids in the back. The dude on the bike in that video is my good friends dad. He genuinely cared for all of us man he took care of us and he gave the community money and food He also gave us all shoes and cloths because none of us could afford them. Nobody mentions this man. I still have the shoes he gave me. I’m 18 now and I was 10 when I met him.

  • Robby Lebotha ™
    Robby Lebotha ™ 2 ай бұрын

    Playing drums with one eye is pretty impressive.

  • Winchester2Raps
    Winchester2Raps Ай бұрын

    Emotional Damageeee
    I always knew he would fall off in terms of his songs because let’s just be honest lfmaoo but dannnng man how the mighty have fallen.. didn’t see this coming

  • Letitia Milliner
    Letitia Milliner 2 ай бұрын +1

    So sad, even though I never heard of him.

  • sassymama omo
    sassymama omo Ай бұрын +13

    This is so crazy he really just faded out! I had no idea what he had going on other than making a lot of babies and him being posted in the Shaderoom. He had hits! Every single he put out from his debut album was a bop. My mom who's not even a big rap fan (boomer lol) still asks about him and likes his style/sound. I hope he can pull it together and make music again someday.

  • You
    You 2 ай бұрын +1416

    This man used to be everywhere, could not escape hearing his name. But I am a little pleased to hear that the fame and money never got to him, I'm more impressed as to how he helped his community. It's sad how the story turned out in the end but I would have loved to see someone genuine like him have a longer career. More of that is needed in the culture for sure.

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab ⏳

    • Fritz
      Fritz Ай бұрын

      Selling fentanyl and giving 10% back to the community is not real charity. Like the infamous Frank Lucas Thanksgiving turkey bit

    • A Z
      A Z 2 ай бұрын

      @Caidan see that reply makes sense. In 2016 I was 29 just had my first kid and was living in the hospital in the NICU for a few months. After that ordeal I basically focused on family and all new music didn't get any attention from me. I still think "Got Money" by Lil Wayne is a banger so yeah I'm... a bit old.

    • Caidan
      Caidan 2 ай бұрын

      @A Z how old are you? either too old or too young but if you were anywhere between the ages of 13-25 in 2016, you really couldn’t go without hearing trap queen or 679. they were playing NONSTOP. any function, you could bet $100 before you went that it’d be played and come out $100 richer. if you were between 13-25, then yeah like the other guy said you genuinely just didn’t go out enough in 2016.

    • A Z
      A Z 2 ай бұрын

      @Tone the hyperbole in your statement is off the charts. I'm telling you I've never heard of this distinguished gentleman before, and your response is his music was played "everywhere"
      ...ok then, have a nice day. Glad we cleared that up. Evidently I've been walking around my whole life to a Fetty soundtrack. Makes sense.

  • stavros
    stavros 2 ай бұрын +2

    after watching this video, i'm super happy to see Fetty Wap's recent resurgance thru his Sweet Yamz track

  • Chucky Mambo
    Chucky Mambo Ай бұрын

    Sorry, I’m getting old, but, could someone please remind me of what a “Trap Queen” is?

  • Ellwood
    Ellwood Ай бұрын +9

    Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. Fetty definitely wasn't forgotten...his talent was undeniable.

  • Shri
    Shri 2 ай бұрын +1

    Fetty's new song sweet yamz got me back into fetty wap as it's kinda popping off and it's really good. Hopefully he can make an insane comeback when he's out of jail, he's got the most potential for stardom l've seen.

  • Gratitude Griot
    Gratitude Griot 2 ай бұрын +40

    i live in the NY/NJ/CT tristate area and Fetty still gets radio play. I always wonder what happened to him when I hear him. This is tragic. It's noble to want to help the hood but you cant help others until you have a strong stable foundation for yourself. it's sad he didn't invest more in his future before his music career fizzled out.

  • Keep it 100
    Keep it 100 Ай бұрын

    When your more loyal to the game instead of your kids don't expect good Karma🤷🏽‍♀️

  • clarissa brooks
    clarissa brooks Ай бұрын

    I don’t know about this one because there’s a lot of jealousy the industry that’s how they are if it was his team there is a thing called universal law stay tuned peace and blessings ❤

  • shentheshark
    shentheshark 2 ай бұрын +1

    Damn he was arrested 8 days after his new album dropped in honor of his daughter who passed.

  • Aditya Kancharla
    Aditya Kancharla 2 ай бұрын +1

    He was the man back then, sad to see his decline

  • Jd
    Jd Ай бұрын +1

    What happened was he was doing this dealing crap before he even got famous. It's not like he started selling drugs after he got famous, probably just more of it

  • Chrystal Blue
    Chrystal Blue 2 ай бұрын

    His demise wasn't unexpected. I expected it from his actions and decisions. He glorified the wrong things and wanted to live his songs and make himself the gangsta image he sang about because he loved that lifestyle.

  • Truth Torpedo
    Truth Torpedo Ай бұрын

    Seems like Fetty Wap saw MC Hammer and told himself that that could never be him... Even after making the same mistakes as Hammer. That's crazy!
    This is the MUSIC BUSINESS! These uneducated men don't understand how BUSINESS works! When Beyonce calls, YOU ANSWER!
    Justin Bieber also.
    That was really stupid to deny these requests for Fetty to go on tour with these top notch artistes.

  • R.
    R. 2 ай бұрын +1

    I have never heard of this man. The KZclip algorithm is a strange thing

  • RJM
    RJM 2 ай бұрын +24

    You can always depend on Patrick to put out quality videos, another good one right here! good work man!

    CAMRELLIM Ай бұрын +1

    lost all respect for him anyone who deals fentanyl deserves to rot in a cell

  • stormy zee
    stormy zee 2 ай бұрын +10

    This is just too sad for a guy with such a unique sound. I feel for his family as well. Like his real family not the bums that just leached off him. I hope this isn't the end for Fetty. I hope he has the biggest come back and does things differently this time.

  • Nelly B
    Nelly B Ай бұрын +22

    Damn man I never realized how cool this dude was. Taking care of your people AND tryna put them on is some real shit.

  • 🇭🇹 Will Be Free
    🇭🇹 Will Be Free Ай бұрын

    off our backs and talent, so many jobs, careers and hustles are made, including this channel. We are fools, all around the world. So sad.

  • Nicole🥰
    Nicole🥰 2 ай бұрын +66

    growing up during this time, fetty was one of my favorite artists. i loved him and i’m also from Nj. not far from paterson, and all of us nj kids would bump him 24/7. loved his voice and unique sound. i hope things change for the better. great video patrick!

    • Eric Frank Music
      Eric Frank Music Ай бұрын

      Lets collab 🤟

    • Nicole🥰
      Nicole🥰 Ай бұрын +2

      @Lamarr Sutton not sure if that’s you in ur pfp but no shit you were prob already 20 by the time we were kids lmfaoo no offense but you look much older. so that’s fine! no need to comment that lmao

    • Lamarr Sutton
      Lamarr Sutton Ай бұрын

      Not all of us lmao 🤣

    • Desmond Bloomfield
      Desmond Bloomfield 2 ай бұрын +3

      yea Im from the east side of Paterson and fetty was always getting played growing up

    • Hokagedattebayo tehe
      Hokagedattebayo tehe 2 ай бұрын +1

      im from nj as well. back in elementary school, we used to bump to his music EVERYDAY. what a time to be alive back then

  • Rosie M
    Rosie M 2 ай бұрын

    Wow I remember when his songs started blowing up!! 679 was viral af I remember kids in my class in public school asking our teacher to play it on the computer

  • oh Backwoods
    oh Backwoods 2 ай бұрын +4

    Being from Paterson, NJ.. Fetty was just a different wave and era of music and we were just excited to see someone make it out the hood 🤷‍♂️

  • Meela234
    Meela234 2 ай бұрын

    Once you make it out, you need to stay out. Those so-called friends start feeling jealous and start sabotaging your career.

  • PrincessVelaryon
    PrincessVelaryon Ай бұрын +2

    Sounds like he was too generous and had hangers on

  • IVIurkish
    IVIurkish 2 ай бұрын +39

    Damn, I didn't listen to homie's music, but learning about all the corrupt shit is crucial to everyone listening. He could've fed himself, & future generations, for decades if he just utilized music, instead of the streets.

  • Blue Plumbob
    Blue Plumbob 2 ай бұрын

    It's crazy because Fetty WAP was so wholesome. He should've learned how to take it easy.