NBA YoungBoy is devastated after he was left off DJ Khaled's star-studded upcoming album GOD DID.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again said he is "suffering" in a recent Instagram post.
"I'm suffering with the minutes, s**t sad," he wrote.
"I'm good what I truly want is coming to me," said YoungBoy, who recently signed to Birdman's Cash Money label for a record $60 million.
He continued: "it might be a little minute but it's coming, I always got what I wanted no matter if I had to pray for it, or steal it, I got it."
Months ago, YoungBoy complained that he is being blacklisted in the industry.
"Why black ball me I'm the good guy," he wrote in early 2022. "I was going #1 two weeks straight with a mixtape so they took it down off the charts I don't give a f**k you still can't stop me [sic]."
YoungBoy's troubles stem from his long-running feud with Chicago gangster-turned-rapper Lil Durk (pictured).
Lil Durk is among the few drill rappers invited to collaborate with Khaled on GOD DID.
It seems the music industry is siding with Lil Durk against NBA YoungBoy.
YoungBoy's affiliates Quando Rondo and Lul Timm were involved in the murder of Durk's friend King Von in Atlanta in 2020.
On Tuesday, YoungBoy's crew threw shade at DJ Khaled on Instagram under one of his comments promoting the artists on his album.
"Damn he don't got the goat on there 'lil top' He must not like us too," the comment read, referring to NBA YoungBoy.
The 18 tracks on GOD DID features Drake, Kanye West, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kodak Black, Future, Gunna, Latto, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, and more.