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YoungBoy Never Broke Again is calling out YouTube after the video-sharing platform flagged one of his new songs for copyright violation.

YoungBoy announced his forthcoming album, “Decided 2,” set for release on November 10. Alongside the announcement, the popular Baton Rouge rapper released three new songs (“Deep Down,” “My Body,” and “Now Who”).

The visual for one of his new tracks was hit with a copyright violation, prompting him to hop on social media to attack YouTube.

“Stop blackballing me,” YoungBoy said. “Suck my dick, I still don’t give a fuck. Fuck y’all!”

All of the Louisiana-born artist’s views on YouTube accumulated to over 13 billion in total. Videos being struck for copyright equates to YoungBoy not making any money or revenue on his work.

“Decided 2” will mark YoungBoy’s fourth full-length project of 2023 after “I Rest My Case,” “Don’t Try This At Home,” and “Richest Op.” The upcoming release serves as the sequel to the Louisiana rapper’s 2018 “Decided” album.


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