Fans are warning Lil Baby about a possible legal battle.

Earlier this month, the Fulton County district attorney announced Atlanta would see more high-profile RICO cases before the end of summer. Her comments came about two months after Young Thug, Gunna, and more than two dozen YSL associates were arrested on racketeering charges. When asked about additional gang indictments, DA Fani T. Willis confirmed there would be at least two more over the next 60 days.

Willis didn’t provide any details about the upcoming cases, but many speculated that Lil Baby and his 4PF imprint would be the subjects. The 27-year-old rapper, legal name Dominique Armani Jones, addressed the rumors via Twitter on Friday, after announcing his intention to start an investment group for Black millionaires.

“We can run the world if we play it right,” he wrote.

While many Twitter users expressed interest in the venture, one chose to instead focus on the rumored criminal charges. 

“Man you better be 👀 out for that rico everybody keep talking about,” the person wrote.

Lil Baby’s response?

“Only god can judge me.”

The My Turn rapper launched his 4PF (4 Pockets Full) label in 2017, and has since built a roster that includes stars like 42 Dugg and Rylo Rodriguez. 

Lil Baby, who is currently on tour with Chris Brown, briefly spoke to TMZ about the YSL RICO case. When asked how Thug and Gunna were “holding up” behind bars, Lil Baby gave the thumbs up and insisted they were in “good spirits.”