YK Osiris Giggles After Receiving $65,000 Giant Check to Pay Debt: 'Need More Than That'

When asked about why he owes other artists money in a new interview with Barstool Sports, the 'Leave Me On Read' singer admits that he doesn't 'make smart bets.'

AceShowbiz - YK Osiris has candidly opened up about his financial issues. Weighing in on his debt in a new interview, the "Leave Me On Read" artist revealed that he needs more than $65,000 to pay his debt after being given a check.

During the conversation with Barstool Sports' "Sundae Conversation with Caleb Pressley" published on Sunday, January 16, the 23-year-old singer was offered $65,000 in the form of a giant check. Upon learning of the thoughtful gesture, the "Worth It" singer couldn't stop himself from giggling. "I need more than that man," the Jacksonville-born singer said while laughing. He then quipped, "How can I get more?"

Elsewhere during the interview, YK Osiris was asked why he owes so much money. In response, he admitted, "I think I just don't make smart bets. I just jump in the water and swim," before asking host Caleb, "Are you going to save me?"

YK Osiris, born Osiris Jahkail Williams, lately made headlines due to his financial troubles which involved several famous names like Drake, Lil Baby as well as Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie). More recently, YK Osiris denied French Montana's accusation that he owed the "Unforgettable" rapper $5,000.

At the time, he told The Shade Room that French's allegation was "not true" as it was only a joke. "The Golden Child" artist further explained, "We were just bowling, having fun, nothing serious. The game wasn't about any money, but [French] did win."

As for Drake, he successfully made YK Osiris perform for him to pay off his alleged $60,000 debt. "@champagnepapi said if I sing, my 60k I owe him is clear lol welp‼️‼️ I had to clear that debt," he wrote underneath a video of him singing his song "Worth It". "This what happens when u owe 60,000. The real s**t doe."

After clearing his debt with Drake, YK Osiris took to his Instagram Story to write, "I'm done gambling. That s**t not for me lol." In a following post, he stated, "Who ever [sic] I owe money too lol will be paid back 2022 [love emoji]. Starting January."

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