Lil Tjay Apologizes For Losing His Composure Online & Releases ‘State Of Emergency’ Mixtape Trailer

After a ton of social media controversy, will the teenager be able to officially claim the KONY crown with his new project?

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(AllHipHop News) Lil Tjay found his name in numerous headlines over the last several days. The 19-year-old rapper/singer was engaged in back-and-forths with Chinese Kitty and Rubi Rose over alleged sexual encounters as well as A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s Highbridge crew over which rhymer runs New York City.

“F*CK ALL THAT OTHER SH*T GOING ON RN SH*T IRRELEVANT. ONLY THING I KNOW IS [I’M] SHUTTING THE STREETS DOWN FROM NOW ON [I’M] THE KING OF NY!! ALL THAT OTHER NA NA NA SH*T [AND] SNITCH RAINBOW HAIR SH*T GOING ON IN MY CITY A DUBB!” wrote Tjay, in all caps, in an Instagram caption on May 2.

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On Monday, Tjay took the time to quell any bad blood he may be involved with at the moment. The New Yorker posted a three-video Instagram Story apologizing for his behavior even though he did not specify exactly who his mea culpa was directed at.

“I ain’t trying to argue with nobody today. I ain’t gonna lie. Real sh*t though. I swear, I’m going back to the old Lil Tjay. I’m not arguing. This is why I never post a lot because I can’t control myself. I start getting out of hand and sh*t. My fault for getting out of composure.”

While Tjay has been feuding with his fellow Bronx representatives over allegations of having sex with A Boogie’s baby mother and a supposed chain snatching, the “Pop Out” performer is also preparing to drop a new project this week. State Of Emergency is set to hit DSPs this Friday.

He added on IG, “May 8. The State of Emergency mixtape dropping. [I’ll] be posting the tracklisting soon. It’s all about the music. F*ck this beef sh*t. That’s not good. I don’t encourage it. I ain’t perfect, but I’ll be alright.”

Yesterday, the Columbia recording artist uploaded a trailer for State Of Emergency onto his social media accounts. The teaser incorporates clips of news anchors reporting about New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declaring a state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Lil Tjay previously released a music video for “Ice Cold” on May 1. His State Of Emergency mixtape is arriving after his debut studio album, True 2 Myself, opened at #5 on the Billboard 200 chart in October 2019. He also dropped the F.N EP that same year.