NBA YoungBoy tells Atlantic Records to ban YouTubers from using his music and disses the label.
There is apparent bad blood between rapper, YoungBoy and his label, Atlantic. The rapper has garnered so much success on YouTube that he’s reigned as the top artist on the platform for a while now. He amassed over 10 billion views on YouTube in the first quarter of the year.
He also reportedly makes $17 million yearly from the platform. On Sunday night, the Hip Hop star shared a message via the Never Broke Again LLC account calling on Atlantic to ban YouTubers from using his music. Of course, his success on the platform would only make other creators use his music.
He also shared a cryptic post under “ha ha ha ion like you neither wait on my funeral.” A voice note shared by DJ Akademiks features YoungBoy saying that the label tries to make his posts about them to sue him. He said, “Tell them people suck my d**k, leave me alone b***h, ain’t nobody talking about yall, I hate yall, b***h. I hate y’all more than y’all hate me.”