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Uh oh! It’s air it out Thursdays, and Roscoe Dash is pissed! 

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Roscoe Dash Addresses His Beef With Meek Mill 

Earlier this year, Roscoe Dash landed on the coveted cover of XXL’s Freshmen Class series, and has worked with hip-hop heavy hitters like Kanye West, Big Sean, Waka Flocka and Wale

Fans heard Roscoe’s vocals on his collaborative smash with Big Sean and Kanye West on the Finally Famous banger “Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay,” and he’s rapped on Waka Flocka’s “No Hands,” but according to the “All The Way Turnt Up” rapper, he’s been contributing to a lot more than what meets the eye.

Today, Kanye West released a video breaking down the creative process of Cruel Summer.

During the video commentary, Kanye begins to list off all the artists who contributed to the album, and apparently forgot to mention Roscoe.  

Evidently, it pissed Roscoe Dash off to the point of a Twitter rant, where he stated he worked on the first track on Cruel Summer and didn’t receive credit. 

BURY DA BEEF! Meek Mill & Roscoe Dash Exchange Heated Words Over Chris Brown & Drake Fight

Roscoe also dropped a bomb stating he wrote “Lotus Flower Bomb” for Wale, long before he signed with Rick Ross and that he isn’t listed on the album’s credits either. 

It’s unclear if Roscoe just wrote the hook or the entire concept, but he’s not a happy camper. 

Roscoe tweeted: 

UPDATE: 

Roscoe Dash has clarified his statement saying he only wrote the hook on “Lotus Flower Bomb,” which R&B singer Miguel sang. 

Damn, we hope Roscoe gets it all straightened out with ‘Ye and Wale. You have to give credit when credit’s due. 

What do you think of Roscoe’s Twitter rant? 

Let us know in the comment section below!

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