Joining the growing list of 2014 music beefs are rapper Kid Cudi and famed music producer Chuck Inglish. The Cleveland rapper slammed Inglish on Twitter for releasing a collaboration he did with King Chip four years ago titled "Chillin' While We Sippin'."
"H*e a** n****z leak unfinished material that doesn't belong to them," he tweeted. "I don't condone the recent leak. I don't honor it or the two h*e a** n****z involved in the production. The vocals were stolen from me... This is why I don't f**k [with] people in this business. The thirst."
After Cudi went on to threaten to take legal action against the producer, Inglish replied to his tweet, referencing Lil Durk's "Dis Ain't What U Want": "@KidCudi ain't never been no h*e in me my n***a. You better call Rich. Cuz this ain't what you want."
Following up with a cyber-laugh and a poop emoji, Cudi seemed unbothered by Inglish's remarks, who ended the social media spat saying, "Break open that piggy bank h*e a** n***a and lawyer up."
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