Late Nights singer Jeremih is officially upset with his record label.
The Chicago-bred crooner let the Twitter fingers push all the label buttons this weekend, when he sent out a mini-rant about his new album not being available for fans.
"@DeafJamRecords y'all don't even deserve my voice," he wrote, which would've been a good start, hadn't he spelled the name wrong.
"WE CANT HEAR UR VOICE A**HOLE," a troll intercepted via an actual @DeafJamRecords account.
No matter. Jeremih continued, "It's not the fact that mi album was actually priced 18.99," he wrote (with more errors and a nod to 50 Cent, who picked a beef with Def Jam on 'Mih's behalf, when the album released earlier this month). "There's actually no CD's in the stores to even buy ,that's the main point. each Best Buy was shipped 6-7 copies a peice."
He goes on to explain that he investigated to be sure he wasn't misplacing the blame. "we checked in to the Corperate offices at Best Buy in Chicago and they told us LateNights wasn't on this wks added shipment list ,nor next weeks ?? #MyAlbumJustDroppedLastWeek ."
At least Jeremih's keeping his sense of humor about it. "y'all some goofies," he eventually concluded, "41 of y'all mf's really following @DeafJamRecords 😂.
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