The new song arrived along with its music video on Tuesday, November 22, which sees the 23-year-old rapper showing off his fancy cars and jewelry.

AceShowbiz - NBA YoungBoy (YoungBoy Never Broke Again) uses music to hit back at his critics. The Baton Rouge artist sent messages to his trolls through a song called "Hi Haters", which was released on Tuesday, November 22.

The song arrived along with its music video. In the clip, the 23-year-old rapper shows off his fancy cars and jewelry. He also raps his verses while enjoying a quality time with his partner and their children.

"And I speak, I got to put my daughter to sleep, and just like Peak, I named my son after a Jeep/ Ain't been respondin' to these n***as, I know I'm way more rich, I know they see," he spits. "On my life I'm spending millions, I put some diamonds on my wrist, I dont made it out the cage/ Saw me down but I'm still up, I don't give one f**k, God I say thank you/ Hit your artist with them K's, I don't bother you."

Earlier this month, YoungBoy scored a new feat in his career. The 23 rap star has surpassed Jay-Z for the most entries on the Billboard 200 after releasing his latest album "Ma' I Got a Family".

Just several weeks before, the young hip-hop star broke a tie with Jigga for the number 5 spot on the albums chart with 24 albums each after he dropped his mixtape "3800 Degrees". The 23-year-old has now broken the number of album entries after his sixth project of the year got released last week and made it debut at No. 7 on the chart this week, moving 37,000 album-equivalent units.

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