The Baton Rouge rapper shared a cryptic message about his drug usage on the Instagram account for his cat, @neonceline. On Monday, a set of photos were posted to the account—one where NBA poses with Neon and a second of just the cat—alongside a concerning caption.
“It’s me neon,” the text started. “I been seeing a lot my dad so unhealthy it’s scary even his mental he blows his money making people smile who don’t care to see the signs that’s literally in they face 20xanxz a day please #help.”
The caption continued, “Ps. My bowl Celine and my first birkin. Bag otw …. But really matters him.”
Neon’s account also commented on the post, writing, “He pissed out blood for 2 days straight that’s funny though ?”
Back in September 2020, he was among 16 people who were arrested on drug and firearms charges in his hometown. He was filming a music video when police descended upon the shoot and found marijuana, Hydrocodone, Xanax, and digital scales, as well as multiple handguns and rifles. He later bailed himself and the other 15 people out of jail.
In May, the 23-year-old became the youngest artist to land 100 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 with his song “Big Truck.” The news follows YoungBoy’s 33-track album Don’t Try This at Home premiering at No. 5 on the Billboard 200.