Lil Yachty’s Instagram followers got a real treat into the new artists inner circle thanks to the apps latest feature.
The latest move is in commemoration of a new feature on the platform, which is a new extension of a feature previously related to Stories and Notes.
As of this past Tuesday, Instagram users will be able to share feed posts and reels exclusively with those close on their Close Friends list.
Prior to sharing a post or reel on Instagram, users now have the ability to tap on which audiences they want to share content with.
In honor of the latest update, Yachty is giving his followers a glimpse into what Instagram details as “the world of his Close Friends” only for a limited time.
“It’s a different show, and I’ve grown so much and so much has changed in my life,” Yachty said of what to expect from the then-imminent live show experience this time around.
Yachty’s Field Trip Tour also continues this month with stops in cities like Oslo, Stockholm, Berlin, Berlin, Manchester, and more.
This weekend, Yachty will be at the 2023 edition of ComplexCon in Long Beach, CA to join a panel discussion on Sneaker of the Year alongside Joe La Puma, Jim Jones, and more.
As of late, Lil Yachty recently shouted out Billie Eilish in one of his songs with Drake titled “Another Late Night”.
In the song, Drake calls out the “weirdos” commenting on his relationship with Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown.
Halfway through the track, Lil Yachty poked fun at his friend Billie’s curves and other parts of her body.
Billie later responded to the jest during an interview with Variety.
Eilish, 21, has spoken publicly about choosing to hide her body with baggy clothes for years at the beginning of her career, but she didn’t mind Yachty’s playful lyric.
“I think it’s fun!” the Grammy winner told Variety for the outlet’s The Power of Women issue. “I’m flattered! Yachty is my friend. Drake is my friend.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Eilish opened up about her previous choice not to show off her body. “I wasn’t trying to have people not sexualize me,” she said.
“But I didn’t want people to have access to my body, even visually. I wasn’t strong enough and secure enough to show it. If I had shown it at that time, I would have been completely devastated if people had said anything,” continued the “What Was I Made For?” performer.
Users can now experience the new features on Instagram as of today.