Philadelphia born rapper, Lil Uzi Vert has had his share of controversy, but what he released on the gram last night left his fans and others, shooketh!
In his InstaStory, the “Do What I Want” rapper, left us with a few final words before he ends his music career.
"I wanna take the time out to say I thank each and every one of my supports, but I'm done with music. I deleted everything. I wanna be normal ... I wanna wake up in 2013. ... Thank you, love you ... You are free."
No one is sure why he has chosen to end his career in the rap game, but we do know that he was in the studio working on his second album release, Eternal Atake, but that seems to be at a halt for now.
The 24-year-old expressed his let down with Atlantic Records when he went to his Twitter page to express his now deleted feelings. "Can I honestly tell y'all why this album ain't drop," he tweeted. "It's because of an Old Person who doesn't understand what's going on right now......Can You Guess Who?”
He also let his feelings be known when he was featured on Shabazz PBG's song "Shells.”
"Tryna figure out how I'm gonna get out my deal/I'm a bad boy, a reverend, I feel like I'm Mase/Your b*tch with me but she got to leave by eight."
Could his rocky relationship with Atlantic Records be the reason for his departure? We will keep you posted as the details unfold.
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