YoungBoy Never Broke Again is calling out YouTubers for playing his music on their channels.

The Baton Rouge rapper took to Instagram on Sunday to ask his label to ban YouTubers from using his music in their reaction videos.

“Atlantic ban my music from all YouTubers—get a real job,” YoungBoy wrote. “Ha ha ha ion like you neither wait on my funeral.”

Shortly after posting the comments on his Never Broke Again label’s Instagram Story, NBA YoungBoy accused Atlantic Records of trying to sue him.

“Everything y’all post, Atlantic try to make it seem like I’m talking about them so they can try to sue me once the time’s up,” he said in a voice note DJ Akademiks posted on Instagram. “Man, tell them people suck my dick. Leave me alone, bitch. Ain’t nobody talking about y’all. I hate y’all bitches. I hate y’all more than y’all hate me. Leave me alone.”

This isn’t the first time YoungBoy has expressed his frustrations with Atlantic. Back in February, the 22-year-old rapper blasted the label for allegedly blackballing him. He also advised other artists to steer clear of Atlantic.

“Don’t sign to Atlantic unless you want to be a slave,” he wrote in a since-deleted post. “I repeat don’t!!”

“I was going #1 two weeks straight with a mixtape so they took it down off the charts,” NBA YoungBoy added. “I don’t give a fuck you still can’t stop me don’t sign to Atlantic if you an artist they not gone support you especially if you live a certain way.”