Lil Yachty paid a fan $500 to drink their own urine on Instagram Live.
A clip of the stunt was posted on Sunday (April 5) and finds the fan filling his glass with pee from the toilet instead of producing it on the spot. Lil Boat is genuinely excited by what’s about to go down, saying, “I got 500 for that. (…) Get a big scoop of that bitch.”
Yachty and his two friends watch astounded as the fan raises the cup to his lips, before taking a big swig then stopping. Lil Boat eggs him on, saying, “Keep going, keep going, keep going. Hit it. (…) You got it, keep going.”
After several breaks between gulps, the cash-hungry fan manages to swallow the remaining contents and Yachty pays him.
When Yachty retweeted the video on his Twitter account, fellow Twitter user Pete G delivered a scathing criticism of the incident.
“@lilyachty is a coward for even acknowledging this,” he wrote. “This video is trash. People are dying every minute from a real crisis and your over here making people drink pee for money. Your a lame.”
@lilyachty is a coward for even acknowledging this. This video is trash. People are dying every minute from a real crisis and your over here making people drink pee for money. Your a lame
— Pete G (@TheRealPeteG) April 5, 2020
Lil Boat retweeted the comment and responded, saying, “Boy suck my dick I ain’t make him do dat shit he wanted some money lol.”
Boy suck my dick I ain’t make him do dat shit he wanted some money lol https://t.co/GmtXrKBD4Q
— comeback season boat (@lilyachty) April 5, 2020
Throughout the coronavirus quarantine, Yachty has been getting fans to perform ridiculous Instagram Live stunts for a $200 CashApp donation. So far, he’s paid a fan to shave off his eyebrows and gotten others to eat deodorant and cat food.
He also attempted to sell designer toilet paper for $500 a pack as the coronavirus pandemic started to sweep the globe.
“As u all may have heard, I went broke a while back so I’ve decided to flip designer toilet paper as a new career,” he captioned a photo of the goods. “so bape toilet paper.. sure.. price May be a little steep.. but it’s a rare necessity currently.. so $500.”