Chile, NBA Youngboy has been in the news a lot lately, and it doesn't look like that's going to die down anytime soon.

As you may know, NBA Youngboy just released a new project called Colors in January. But according to the rapper, Atlantic Records has removed his project from Apple Music.

He took the time to post on his YouTube channel's community page to explain exactly what was going on. The rapper accused Atlantic Records of "ripping him off" and not supporting him.

NBA Youngboy wrote, "It was supposed to be #1 on a mixtape two weeks in a row so they pulled it off the charts. I don't give a shit you still can't stop me, don't sign with Atlantic if you're an artist, they won't support you, especially if you live a certain way."

In response, his fans created a petition asking Atlantic Records to master his songs.

Between his statement and his commentary on these social media streets, it now appears that his project is back on the Apple Music platform.

NBA Youngboy has previously spoken about his relationship with his label. While chatting with DJ Akademiks in 2021, he said, "They don't come back to me because I don't try to listen to the shit they have to say."

Recently, NBA Youngboy claimed Yaya Mayweather wouldn't let him see her son. In a theme reproduced by its producer on Instagram. According to the song, rumored to be titled "Carry On," YB says, "She doesn't want KJ to come over, but then she tries to facetime him with me, but I don't want to talk at all." The lyrics continue, "That I don't give a fuck. B***h, tell the critics.”

As you know, NBA Youngboy also had issues with another woman, Arcola, with whom he has a son.

Arcola claimed NBA Youngboy kicked his son out of an Airbnb after asking to see him.

Arcola posted on Instagram and shared a message allegedly written by YoungBoy. In the message, he said: "I know what kind of internet games you play, but I don't owe you anything. I don't even want a baby with you. I said no, but I took responsibility. You guys will play baby games and then try to come for something that I won and risked my life because you're not woman enough or unable to get into all your stuff."