NBA YoungBoy has become notorious for his immense success on YouTube, consistently garnering over millions of views on each video he drops.
Holding his place as the platform’s highest-streamed artist for the past several years, his fanbase seemingly rivals even the most popular of rappers on YouTube, as his tracks always find their way on YouTube’s Trending page.
Recently released on bond and put on house arrest in Utah, YoungBoy has been extremely active these last few weeks, sharing a new YouTube exclusive track “safe then sorry” over the Thanksgiving weekend and dropping the first volume of Never Broke Again’s Compilation tape. However, with the success he’s seen post-incarceration, more trouble has unfortunately occurred.
As of Sunday, all of YoungBoy’s videos have been mysteriously removed from his YouTube channel. Although no official statement has been made by YoungBoy or his team at Never Broke Again, fans suspect that the removal may be due to upcoming court proceedings as the 22-year-old rapper awaits trial for federal gun charges.
NBA YoungBoy has made it clear over the years that YouTube is his favorite platform for delivering music to his fanbase. With the quantity of tracks and videos he puts out, it’s no wonder he has been able to stay at the top of the site. His latest album, Sincerely, Kentrell, is 23 tracks of soulful singing with no features, as it earned YoungBoy a No. 1 album this year ousting Drake‘s Certified Lover Boy.