Apparently, Tyga is not the only one angry with Young Money. Rapper Lil Twist put the label on blast via his Twitter feed over the mishandling of his career.

Twist, who has been signed to the label since 2007, blamed the Young Money management team for holding him back from dropping any new material. The 21-year-old rhymer appears to be upset over the delay of releasing his new mixtape 'Golden Child 2,' which was supposed to drop on Oct. 1. He tweeted:

Lil Twist vows to change his situation and is looking for new management.

"For what I'm asking for... On my mama and everything I love it's waaaay more to it.. Team Twist bare with me I'm changing s--- up. S--- [wack]," he tweeted.

"Just like when all the BULLS--- media outlets start putting all this BS out on my name ... Theres a team of people "that I have" thats supposed to go clear my name [whether] it's dropping an official statement or whatever the case may be but nah not my team," he added. Just let the World go off of what they see... And I'm stuck to live in that s---."

Lil Twist's Twitter rant echoes Tyga's accusations that Young Money is holding him back from releasing his new album, 'The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty.' “Gold album been done. my label holding me hostage so i can’t release nothing,” he tweeted. “[I] might just leak it for my fans then let them make $ off it.”

Reps from Young Money had no comment on Lil Twist's grievance with the label.