NBA Youngboy from Chile has been in the spotlight a lot lately, and it doesn’t look like that will change anytime soon.
NBA Youngboy has released a new album, “Colors,” as you may be aware. However, the rapper claims that Atlantic Records pulled his album from Apple Music.
He took the effort to clarify exactly what was going on on his YouTube channel’s community page. The rapper claimed that Atlantic Records had “blackballed” him and was not supporting him.
“I was going #1 for two weeks straight with a mixtape, so they yanked it off the charts,” NBA Youngboy wrote. You can’t stop me.” “Don’t sign with Atlantic if you’re an artist; they’re not going to support you, especially if you live a certain manner.”
As a result, his admirers started a petition urging Atlantic Records to release the masters of his songs to him.
It looks that his project is back on the Apple Music platform, based on his remark and comments on social media.
NBA Youngboy has already discussed his connection with his record company. “They ain’t going to come back to me, because I ain’t trying to hear sh*t they had to say,” he said in a 2021 conversation with DJ Akademiks.
NBA Youngboy recently claimed that Yaya Mayweather refused to let him visit their son. On Instagram, his producer was playing music. “She doesn’t want KJ to come, but then she wants to FaceTime him with me, but I don’t want to chat at all,” YB reportedly says in the song “Carry On.” “I don’t give a f**k,” the lyrics continue. Go tell the critics, b***h.”
As you may be aware, NBA Youngboy also had troubles with Arcola, with whom he shares a child.
After Arcola requested to see their child, NBA Youngboy allegedly kicked him out of an Airbnb.
Arcola shared a statement reportedly written by YoungBoy on Instagram. “I don’t know what kind of internet games you playing, but I don’t owe you s**t, and I ain’t even want no baby with you,” the message said.
I told you I wouldn’t, but I took full responsibility. Y’all ain’t woman enough or capable to get on y’all sh*t, so come for some s*t I earned and risked my life for.”