AceShowbiz - NBA YoungBoy a.k.a. YoungBoy Never Broke Again doesn't seem to see better days ahead of him after embroiled in a number of legal issues. The rapper has predicted his grim future as he's currently under house arrest in Utah while awaiting his trial.
YoungBoy made the startling remark in a text conversation with Khris James, who has produced for the star's projects including "Still Flexin", "Still Stepping" and "38 Baby 2". In a sreenshot of the text exchange, the producer told the 22-year-old, "She say you ain't s**t."
But the Baton Rogue native apparently couldn't care less of the negative comment as he replied, "Lol b***h I'm headed to a cell or the grave very soon I wouldn't give a f**k what her or who thought." He added, " 'Murder me' I wish the best for all y'all h*es and n***as."
This isn't the first time YoungBoy made disturbing statement. Back in April, he took to his social media account to let out his feelings as he appeared to be down. "I'm hurting and tired," he wrote over a plain black background. He added in the caption, "I hope you okay. Thank you for supporting me."
YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, didn't detail what situation he was dealing with, but in February, he called out his label, claiming that he has been blackballed. In a social media post, he advised artists to not sign with Atlantic Records.
"I was going #1 two weeks straight with a mixtape so they took it down off the charts," YoungBoy wrote at the time. "I don't give a f**k you still can't stop me don't sign to Atlantic if you a artist they not gone support you especially if you live a certain way."
It's unclear if the issue has been resolved or not. Earlier this month, it was reported that he turned down $25 million as he refused to renew his contract with the label. DJ Akademiks reported, "NBA YoungBoy is leaving. He will not be resigning. He didn't like their offers. I can tell you they offered him like $25 million, and he turned it down."
"He don't want it. He's good. He don't want the money. He doesn't want to be in a record deal anymore with Atlantic," Akademiks went on claiming. "He wants to be completely free. He wants to be independent. He wants to do his thing."