XXXTENTACION reportedly signed a deal with Caroline, a subsidiary of Capitol Music Group, last week. But according to the controversial artist, the deal is no longer on the table.

On Wednesday (October 25), X posted on social media that he’s “not a ‘signed’ artist.”

“Terminating my deal with ‘capitol records,’ his post began. “I am not a ‘signed’ artist, and I will not be releasing music for a very long time, I’m tired of this shit.”

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(The original version of this article was published on October 20, 2017 and can be found below.)

Despite XXXTENTACION’s recent legal woes, the polarizing rapper has reportedly just inked a deal with Caroline, a subsidiary of Capitol Music Group.  An unidentified source told Billboard the deal is worth $6 million. It will reportedly cover future material from the “Look At Me!” artist.

X’s inaugural full-length album, 17, which was released by Bad Vibes Forever/EMPIRE Distribution, hit the Billboard 200 chart at #2 with 87,000 equivalent album units sold it in its first week. It was EMPIRE’s biggest debut in its history.

The 19-year-old Florida native’s short career has already been besieged by controversy. In October 2016, he was arrested following allegations that he’d domestically abused his then-pregnant girlfriend. Subsequently, he was charged with aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment and witness tampering in connection with the allegations.

Last month, Pitchfork obtained a scathing 142-page deposition that went into graphic detail about the alleged abuse the victim suffered leading up to his arrest.

X is scheduled to appear in court December 11 to address the charges, which he brushed off in a series of explicit rants.

HipHopDX reached out to X’s publicist for a comment, but didn’t immediately hear back.