NBA YoungBoy Admits to 'Suffering' in Concerning Instagram Post

In related news, the 'Last Slimeto' artist's team appears to shade DJ Khaled for excluding YoungBoy from his upcoming star-studded album 'GOD DID' that features Jay-Z and Lil Wayne among others.

AceShowbiz - Is NBA YoungBoy (YoungBoy Never Broke Again) okay? The "Right Foot Creep" rapper raised fans' eyebrows with his recent Instagram posts, one of which saw him talking about suffering.

In one of his posts on his page, the rapper wrote, "I'm suffering with the minutes, s**t sad." Not stopping there, the "Vette Motors" spitter seemed to lament about the future of his career.

"I'm good what I truly want is coming to me," the hip-hop star, who reportedly signed to Birdman's Cash Money label for $60M, penned, "it might be a little minute but it's coming, I always got what I wanted no matter if I had to pray for it, or steal it, I got it."

In related news, the rapper's team responds to DJ Khaled's star-studded "GOD DID" album. Seemingly feeling excluded, the team threw shade at the "I'm the DJ" hitmaker in a comment underneath Khaled's post announcing the biggest names that will be featured on his upcoming album.

"Damn he don't got the goat on there 'lil top,'" the comment read on Tuesday, August 23. "He must not like us too."

"GOD DID" boasts 18 tracks, two of which feature Drake. In addition to including appearances from Jay-Z, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross, DJ Khaled opts to collaborate with some younger artists in the game. Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Kodak Black and Nardo Wick are among them.

The comment from YoungBoy's team arrived months after "The Last Slimeto" artist claimed that he's "blackballed" from the industry while calling out his Atlantic Records after his latest mixtape, "Colors", was reportedly removed from an Apple Music chart. "Why black ball me I'm the good guy," he wrote in his since-deleted message on his YouTube page back in 2022. "I was going #1 two weeks straight with a mixtape so they took it down off the charts[.] I don't give a f**k you still can't stop me."

Dropped on January 21, "Colors" debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The project featured subliminal diss tracks aiming at the late Chicago rapper King Von and NLE Choppa.

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