Hopsin seems to be dealing with some trouble by opening up to his fans via Instagram, taking to the social platform on Monday (Sept. 5) to share the thoughts and events that have been bothering him, which includes an arrest in Australia that may result in the rapper being banned from the country.

"I fell into a dark hole that I haven't been able to get out of," the rapper wrote. "Im a master at glorifying my pain, but pain isn't never good. Im only writing this right now because it's making me feel better for the time being. Maybe it is so I can get sorrow. I don't know. I can't see myself ever doing it, but I actually wanna literally die."

He goes on to imagine his own funeral, continuing with, "I'm the emotional rapper, I know. Make fun of me. Do as you please. I can't change the way I am. This may be a moment that I look back on and laugh, but right now, I'm not laughing."

Earlier this year, Hopsin's Funk Volume label fell apart, with the rapper writing, "I have officially separated myself from everything and I am fully independent now.” He had blamed business partner and co-founder Damien Ritter, saying, "There is nobody else to blame at all."

In the time since, Hopsin has released new material such as the "False Advertisement" video last month and finished up his post yesterday assuring fans that any hiatus would be temporary. "I ain't goin nowhere tho. I might have to disappear soon and take some time to myself," he wrote.

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