In a candid conversation on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Yo Gotti, the influential head of CMG, candidly shared his financial philosophy, shedding light on why he chooses to forgo private jet travel despite his success. The rap mogul, known for his shrewd financial decisions, believes in allocating his hard-earned money more wisely.
During the interview, Yo Gotti opened up about his unconventional approach to travel. He admitted, “I don’t even fly private,” he admits. “I can’t afford it. I fly first class, and I’m keeping my paper. I can’t afford it up here in my head.” Gotti’s perspective highlights his focus on responsible spending while ensuring his wealth is put to good use.
Interestingly, the conversation revealed that some of Yo Gotti’s artists have a different perspective on luxury travel. Specifically, 42 Dugg, one of Gotti’s prominent artists, exclusively opts for private jet travel when moving around the country. Gotti shared a humorous incident when he tried to arrange promotional activities for one of his artists, only to be met with the response, “It’s cool, I’m gonna fly private though.” This marked a contrast in financial choices within Gotti’s artist circle.
Despite his personal stance on private jets, Yo Gotti is unreservedly supportive of his artists enjoying the finer things in life. For instance, he made headlines by gifting GloRilla a brand-new Maybach SUV for her 24th birthday recently. This gesture exemplifies Gotti’s commitment to ensuring his artists experience the best life has to offer, albeit through other means of transportation.
Notably, Gotti’s conviction is also demonstrated through his plans for the future. Even as 42 Dugg faces legal circumstances, Yo Gotti has affirmed his intention to provide a private jet for Dugg upon his release from serving time on gun charges. This gesture reflects Gotti’s pragmatic approach to supporting his artists’ lavish lifestyles, aligning with their preferences while maintaining his own financial strategies.