NBA YoungBoy recently deleted his Twitter account following a diss track aimed at Drake and Lil Yachty. The Baton Rouge rapper made the announcement on May 12, and it’s unclear if this is permanent or temporary. Despite his absence from social media, NBA YoungBoy remains a prominent figure in the rap scene.
In his recent rampage against industry heavyweights, NBA YoungBoy taunted Lil Durk for pushing back his album release. YoungBoy released his project “Richest Opp” on the same day and took shots at Durk in a Twitter video, flexing his wealth. He also responded to a tweet from Lil Durk promoting his new single with J. Cole, asserting his dominance.
One standout track from NBA YoungBoy’s “Richest Opp” is “Fuck the Industry Pt. 2,” which contains aggressive lyrics targeting Drake, J. Cole, and Lil Yachty. YoungBoy expresses disappointment with Drake’s response during a FaceTime call, accuses J. Cole of flaking on a collaboration, and calls out Lil Yachty over his relationship with City Girls’ JT.
“Richest Opp” is YoungBoy’s third release this year and features 17 tracks, including a collaboration with NBA Ben10. The album was released through Never Broke Again/Motown Records.