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Since the release of Kanye West's Jesus Is King album remains in flux, Young Thug is looking for some clarity. Thugger took to Twitter on Wednesday (Oct. 2) to publicly ask Yeezy is his guest verse remained on the latest version of the project.

"Yo @kanyewest is my verse about the devil still on Jesus," Thug wrote.

Unfortunately for fans and Thug, when Kanye played the project in NYC on Sunday night (Sept. 29) as part of the Kanye West Experience, the ATL native's contributions were nowhere to be found on Jesus Is King.

Based on a 2018 tweet from Thug, fans began to connect the dots that Thugger would appear on "On God" once Kim Kardashian revealed JIK's track list. "@kanyewest If I’m not on #YANDHI I’m never talking to u again #OnGod," the So Much Fun rapper said.

Confirmed guests for Ye's project include Kenny G, Clipse, Fred Hammond,Ty Dolla $ign, and possibly Nicki Minaj. Jesus Is King remains without a new release date.

The grind doesn't stop for Thugger, who also teamed up with Highly Suspect for the genre-blending "Tokyo Ghoul" on Thursday (Oct. 3).

Yo @kanyewest is my verse about the devil still on Jesus ??

— Young Thug ひ (@youngthug) October 2, 2019

@kanyewest If I’m not on #YANDHI I’m never talking to u again #OnGod

— Young Thug ひ (@youngthug) September 18, 2018

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