Singer Tank attends the BET AWARDS '14 at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on June 29, 2014, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images for BET)

Tank seems to be mad as hell, and apparently, he isn’t going to take it anymore. The R&B singer posted a picture of himself in bed on Instagram that was accompanied with a long rant.

“If I look tired it’s because I am. I’m deeply saddened and disappointed that ‘Stronger’ will not get a video or continued promotion it deserves!” he starts off.

“Stronger” is his sixth studio album that was released in August and sold a paltry 16,621 copies in its first week. The singer goes on to blame people for not supporting his album.

“Maybe I should have been born white then all of my music would go straight to mainstream and pop radio instead of urban,” he continued.

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He said he’s not “mad at white artists” but feels that he’s been committed to a brand of music that hasn’t been “faithful to him.”

“I look better, sing better, produce better, write better, and perform better than dam near everybody and this is the thanks I get?” the 38-year old asked.