Woman Finds Foolio’s ID, Says She Wants $10K Or She’s Giving It To HIS OPPS . . . Rapper Yungeen Ace

Media Take Out Staff |

The feud between Jacksonville rappers Yungeen Ace and Julio Foolio has been going on for quite some time now. Both rappers have routinely dissed each other in music and even spoke about one another’s dead loved ones.


The two rappers have avoid seeing each other for the past year – and so no violence has occurred between them.

Now a woman is hoping to profit off the two rapper’s violent hatred of each other.

Media Take Out learned that a woman by the name of Alissa Armstrong shared that she found Foolio’s driver’s license. She posted it on her social media accounts and presented an ultimatum for its return. “10 bands or it’s going to [Ace],” she responded on a Facebook post.


Yungeen Ace is an American rapper, singer and songwriter. He is best known for his 2018 single “Jungle” with JayDaYoungan which currently has 16.1 million views on Worldstar HipHop YouTubechannel.

His debut mixtape, Life of Betrayal, arrived in August, with Life I’m Livin arriving later that year. The first collection included newer songs inspired by his tragic losses — the standout track “Wanted” featured a cameo from YoungBoy Never Broke Again — and earlier singles like the JayDaYoungan collaboration “Jungle.”

He teamed up with Boosie Badazz, Lil Durk, and others in 2019 for the 16-track Step Harder. Led by the single “Heartbroken,” the Don Dada mixtape marked Ace’s first major work of 2020. A prolific array of singles like “Withdraw from Life” and “Fighting Pain” carried him into 2021, which yielded “Opp Boyz” and “Gun Em Down.” The rapper found one of his most unconventional successes in 2021’s “Who I Smoke,” which sampled Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles” for a disrespectful anthem. His full-length debut album, Life of Betrayal 2x, arrived later that year.

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