NBA YoungBoy has again tied with Drake and Future’s current chart record after Richest Opps debuted in the top-ten of the Billboard 200.

The latest album from the Baton Rouge rapper debuted at No. 4 on this week’s chart, with 51,000 album-equivalent units sold in its first week.

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This placement, per Chart Data, means that YoungBoy tied Drizzy and King Pluto with having 15 projects in the Billboard 200 top 10 albums as a rapper, the third highest amount in US history. The only two MC’s that surpassed the three aforementioned rap stars are JAY-Z and Nas with 16.

While Hov may still reign supreme, NBA YoungBoy had previously bested the rap mogul for having the most Billboard 200 entries. JAY-Z still has the highest number of No. 1 placements on the Billboard 200 with 14, while YoungBoy only sports 3, but after YoungBoy’s Ma’ I Got a Family tape debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 last November, his grand total on the chart was brought up to 25, surpassing Hov, who has 24.

YoungBoy’s current tie with the 6 God is also notable because the Top rapper seemed to throw shade at Drizzy on Richest Opp’s ninth track “Fuck The Industry Pt. 2.”

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“Talked to Drake ‘cross FaceTime, he wasn’t feelin’ me/ Told me that he fuck with Durk, damn, that shit gettin’ to me/ Told me that he like the shit I’m doin’, but can’t do shit with me/ So when we cross our ways, fuck what you say, bitch, you my enemy,” he rapped on the venomous track.

The diss caused J. Prince and Birdman to pay a visit to YoungBoy at his abode in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he’s currently under house arrest related to his 2021 gun arrest.

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Prince shared a picture from their meeting on Instagram last week and said he encouraged the 23-year-old to not take any more shots at Drake.

“As you all can see, I had a good time kicking it with the homies in Utah. On behalf of the lil Homie YB, me and my brother Birdman were able to have a real conversation face to face,” his caption began. “We talked about the past, the present, and the future. But most importantly, we left each other with a mutual respect moving forward.”