Louisiana’s own NBA YoungBoy continues to express frustration with his label, most recently in regard to his music being used on YouTube.
According to a voice recording from YoungBoy, Atlantic Records is waiting for his contract to finish before suing him for an unnamed cause and amount.
Earlier in the day, YB aired YouTubers for using his music, telling them to “get a real job” and requesting that Atlantic have all of his songs banned from use in videos.
Back in February, Meek Mill shared YoungBoy’s sentiment against Atlantic, speaking out in a series of tweets that claimed the major label was delaying his projects. It seems like tensions have not resolved since the incident, as we are yet to see any official releases from Meek despite his apparent desire to drop.
It has been a hectic few months for YB, between his conflict with Lil Durk, legal issues and ongoing disagreements with his label and YouTube. Hopefully all these issues are resolved as quickly as possible so we can get back to the relentless releases we have come to expect from YoungBoy.