Well before Blac Youngsta had a personal chef cooking for him—the rapper describes her as “ghetto as hell” but “cool as fuck”—he had to rely on dishes like Ro-Tel dip to satisfy his appetite. He learned how to chef up the concoction comprised of Ro-tel sauce, Velveeta cheese, ground beef and tortilla chips from his grandmother.

“When I was little, we ain’t have a lot of food,” Blac Youngsta says. “We barely had much.” Ro-Tel dip would “feed the whole house,” according to the Memphis native, who sampled just about every item found on the Five Guys menu for XXL’s All You Can Eat mukbang series.

The fast-food restaurant chain focuses on hamburgers, hot dogs, and French fries, which is exactly what Youngsta chose to eat during his mukbang experience. Milkshakes were also part of the meal, but Youngsta wasn't trying to experiment with his taste buds when it came to the bacon flavor. "Who the fuck ordered a bacon milk? They got this at Five Guys?... I'll take strawberry. I ain't fuckin' with the bacon, Kai. It's over with."

Aside from his love for burgers from "hood spots," the rapper has grown accustomed to the finer things in life, but he hasn’t forgotten his humble beginnings. Now an expert at backflipping, Youngsta admits he picked up his flipping skills as a kid in Memphis practicing on old, discarded mattresses that he describes as “the bed you piss in and shit when you little and shit.”

It hasn’t all been fun and games for the Heavy Camp leader, who aims for his music to be a reflection of what he experiences throughout life. For his forthcoming album, which he says is already completed, he promises to keep it real. “I got real songs,” he says. “Real life shit.” Ahead of the project, he's already dropped three new songs: "Cut Up," "Court Tomorrow" and "Lay Down." In the video, Blac Youngsta introduces his alias, Mr. Buttermilk, as he delivers milk to housewives in the neighborhood.

Always repping for his city, Youngsta, along with hometown heroes Moneybagg Yo and BlocBoy JB, recently helped Yo Gotti usher in his 7th annual Birthday Bash in Memphis. The explosive concert, held at the FedExForum in the city, also featured performances from rap stars like Megan Thee Stallion, Master P and Rick Ross.

Watch below as Blac Youngsta avoids Five Guys’ bacon-flavored milkshake, discusses his new music and the best part of his success in XXL's All You Can Eat.

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