Rapper NBA YoungBoy, whose house was recently broken into, lashed out at J. Prince for posting a video on his Instagram handle stating he had retrieved the items stolen from the 20-year-old’s residence in Houston.

"Lil homie YoungBoy place got broke into. People went in his place, disrespected different things, and, you know, I got a call about it," J. Prince, CEO of hip hop record label Rap-A-Lot, said in the video. "And the lil homies that went into this place wanna make that right because they understand that, you know what I mean, YoungBoy family is okay with me. To make a long story short, I got your keys to your Rolls Royce. I got your keys to your McLaren. You know, all the s--- that they took."

J. Prince captioned the video: "It’s a small a world and you never know who know who. As you can see the lil homie NBA YoungBoy and @og_3three has ties. Y’all will see us all together soon."

YoungBoy didn’t take too kindly to this and lashed out at J. Prince for the public act of “kindness.”

"It's plenty ways to get in touch with me. Man, don't get on no internet and do naan publicly. Don't do naan dealin' with no f-----' publicity. None of that p---- a-- shit," YoungBoy said in a video posted on Instagram. "I'm good on them keys, gangsta. When you buy that s--- cash, two keys come with the car anyways. Mind your f-----' business, mane."

During the break-in at YoungBoy’s Houston house, the thieves stole the keys to his Rolls Royce and McLaren cars. The perpetrators also filmed themselves in the act and uploaded the video online demanding a $30,000 ransom to get the items back. In response, YoungBoy posted a video online claiming that the robbers only managed to take a pair of Gucci flip flops and some dollars. Videos of both acts have been uploaded on Urbanislandz’s Instagram page.

This has been an eventful week for YoungBoy who welcomed his fifth and sixth children into the world with two of his exes. YoungBoy already had four sons with three women previously.

YoungBoy was arrested and imprisoned more than once over the last five years for a slew of charges involving attempted first-degree murder, kidnapping, committing assault, and weapons violations among others.

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Rapper NBA YoungBoy performs onstage during Lil Baby & Friends concert to promote the new release of Lil Baby's new album "Street Gossip" at Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, Georgia, Nov. 29, 2018. Griffin/Getty Images