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Upon the release of Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Music album, Cruel Summer, rapper/singer Roscoe Dash had a few bones to pick with West.
Roscoe accused Kanye for not crediting him for writing “To the World”, the first song on the record.
He tweeted, “Everybody go and get the G.O.O.D album and listen to #1 then watch @kanyewest interview (on worldstarhiphop) & tell me y I’m not on the credits.”
HipHopDX reported that not only did Dash accuse Kanye of shortchanging him, he blasted rapper Wale for not including him on the writing credits for “Lotus Flower Bomb” featuring singer Miguel.
Dash later clarified those allegations against Wale, stating that he wrote the hook for “Lotus” and not any of Wale’s verses for the song.
Singer Miguel chimed in, stating that Roscoe Dash’s Twitter rant was "retarded" and that he wasn’t going to explain the actual writing process for the song.
According to MTV, MMG rapper and Wale’s label mate Meek Mill jumped in the mix, and mentioned Roscoe on Twitter saying, “Yo @roscoedash u must not b getting no money b! lol.”
Roscoe Dash and Meek Mill had a little run in before, so Roscoe responded back to Meek Mill by Instagramming a snapshot he took of Meek apologizing for their last issue.