Why were NBA YoungBoy's videos removed from YouTube? Trolls say ‘music was trash’

The ‘Bandit’ hitmaker, who is no longer active on Instagram, was not available for comment on why his videos got removed from YouTube


                            Why were NBA YoungBoy's videos removed from YouTube? Trolls say ‘music was trash’
NBA YoungBoy (Photo by [email protected])

NBA YoungBoy, who was released on bail in October end, again made headlines over the weekend after his videos got removed from YouTube. The Internet got abuzz with the latest update as they wondered why the rapper would pull off such a stunt. The 21-year-old hip-hop artist then soon grabbed one of the top spots on the trending list as fans thronged to his YouTube account to confirm the rumors.
 
The ‘Bandit’ hitmaker, who is no longer active on Instagram, was not available for comment on why his videos got removed from YouTube. While a few of the rapper’s loyal fans got worried others trolled the hip-hop artist claiming that his music was “trash.” For the unversed, NBA YoungBoy had more than 9 billion views on YouTube. He dropped all his latest music along with collaborations on his official YouTube channel before his videos got removed.
 
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Why NBA YoungBoy's videos got removed from YouTube?

NBA YoungBoy wiping off his social media platforms is not a new norm. The acclaimed rap artist had also wiped off his official Instagram account back in April 2020. He had then revealed the reason behind his action saying, “You know why I deleted my pictures off my page? [...] Women trying to incriminate me. Posting stupid s**t. Well, they say stupid s**t. I guess the people that they down talk a (n-word) with leaked the s**t”, as reported by Distractify. He added, “I don't know. That s**t be playing mind games. Well, I be playing mind games with myself because I be letting it eat me up.” The rapper is yet to comment on his videos getting removed from YouTube.

On the personal front, NBA YoungBoy was released from jail in October end after a Louisiana judge granted him bond. However, the rapper has to remain under house arrest in Utah and also has to wear an ankle monitor. The rap star was arrested in March 2021 following a pursuit with police. He faced an outstanding warrant on drug and weapons charges from a September 2020 arrest in Baton Rouge. YoungBoy, who also goes by the name of YoungBoy Never Broke Again, had pleaded not guilty to one count of felon in possession of a firearm and one count of possession of an unregistered firearm and is awaiting trial.



 

 



 

‘Good news, his music was trash anyways’

Social media users thronged to Twitter as soon as they got to know about NBA YoungBoy videos got removed from YouTube. “Why the f**k would he do that?”, asked a concerned fan as one posted, “This is crazy. What's happening?” The next one shared, “That’s Stupid Guy’s That’s Stupid.” And, one user added, “My mans got you blocked on YouTube. He really is different.”
 
One user tweeted, “Good news, his music was trash anyways” and another posted, “Thank the lord. It was all mid.” Meanwhile, one said, “NBA Youngboy privated all his music on YouTube , nothing left . He boutta drop album/song of the decade.”  Other fan stated, “They took down all of nba youngboy’s youtube videos i cant breath.” One user concluded, “WTF happened to all of nba youngboy videos on youtube? THEY'RE GONE like nothing is on that joint.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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