Managing a late artist’s estate is a delicate situation. Criticism can come from both sides, whether it’s being accused of exploiting an artist’s death by releasing too much music or starving their fans by keeping it hidden away in the vaults.

Lil Bibby is struggling with that balancing act when it comes to Juice WRLD’s music. The Grade A Productions head took to Twitter on Wednesday morning (June 8) to detail the challenges of keeping the late Chicago rapper’s fans happy.

“Ppl say we don’t put out enough music but then they say we do it for money,” he wrote. “I will try my best, but I am human and I have feelings. This is not an easy job. Ppl making crazy allegations and saying hurtful things. I want to put out music because I know that’s what Juice wanted and I know the fans want it. But I sometimes want to quit.”

Back in March, Lil Bibby voiced his frustrations with Juice’s fans antagonizing him and told them to stop saying, “Fuck Bibby.” The Chicago native also threatened to pull the plug on the “Lucid Dreams” rapper’s upcoming The Party Never Ends album if leaked tracks continued to surface online.

“These leaks is getting out of hand,” the rapper-turned-executive wrote. “I Hope all the fans are happy, the party never ends might be canceled if all this shit leaks.”

Juice WRLD’s second posthumous album, Fighting Demons, arrived in December 2021 and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 119,000 total album-equivalent units sold.