AceShowbiz - YK Osiris has sparked concern among his fans and followers over his well-being. Taking to his social media account, the "Worth It" singer posted and deleted alarming messages after facing heavy backlash online.
On Sunday, November 28, the 23-year-old crooner shared some concerning notes on his Instagram Story that have since been deleted. In one Story, he wrote, "God take me away, please," adding a crossed fingers emoji.
In a following Story, Osiris penned, "I just want to sleep and don't wake back up. I know y'all would love that [love emojis]." In a separate post, he added, "Let's see how everyone got something to laugh about then, it's all fun and jokes till y'all don't got nun to joke about nomore [sic]."
Osiris' alarming messages came after he was involved in an encounter with Lil Baby at Ice Box. Last week, Osiris was spotted at the jewelry store when Baby walked in and began to jokingly press him over $5,000 that he apparently owed the "My Turn" rapper.
"Osiris, let me get them five bands, bruh," Baby said in a video shared on Icebox's YouTube channel. Osiris then laughed off Baby's demand and told him he can't wait to pay him back, but that didn't satisfy the "Woah" hitmaker. "I know that rap s**t go up and down," Baby said. "If you f**ked up right now, don't worry about it. I'll get it from you. I'll wait on your next hit."
Later in the conversation, Baby asked Osiris how long he owed him his money. "About three months," Osiris replied. "That's a lie," Baby clapped back. "Probably like five or six months." Baby then added, "I should get a little interest."
Shortly after Baby told Osiris to pay his debt, Osiris flaunted a pair of earrings that he paid for $325,000, which prompted fans to troll him. Later, former NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco also clowned Osiris for purchasing lavish jewelry despite the money he owed Baby. In response, the "Leave Me On Read" artist said, "It's your life and that's your money. Do what you want to do with it." He added, "Ochococo mind your mutha....And I'm still rich b***h. Mind your business. Stay in your business."