YG and DJ Quik are at odds.
In June, Quik said he was “about to sue” a fellow “Compton rapper.” On Sunday (Aug. 7), he revealed who that was in a series of since-deleted tweets aimed at YG.
“@stampedemgmt, Y’all had me engineer and record My Ni**a for @YG and did not give me credit,” he wrote. “My Lawyer has You His sights. You’ve fucked up”
“@YG be safe on the block I invented,” he added. “@stampedemgmt @SnoopDogg aren’t you all the same company? You don’t FUCK with Dj Quik…This will be in the press in the morning assholes…@stampedemgmt @YG y’all not the truth. #thestreetstalk
“@YG @Jeezy shoot me my engineering credits for stemming and recording vocals on your platinum song My Hitta or whatever u call it,” he continued. “@Jeezy @stampedemgmt @YG and shoot my Platinum plaque to: Dj Quik. I’ll wait…@DefJamRecords there’s some fugazi on the west with my plaque for “My Hitta.” My wall is missing an Award. #RIAA.”
YG appeared to respond this morning with a screenshot of YG’s past tweets and the caption “Fuck the police @djquik.”
Fuck the police @djquik pic.twitter.com/k1On0WKyJx
— YG (@YG) August 8, 2016
“My Ni**a,” with a censored version retitled “My Hitta,” was released in 2013. A year later, it appeared on YG’s My Krazy Life.
In 2014, YG and Quik collaborated on “Bicken Back Being Bool (Remix)” off YG’s Blame It on the Streets soundtrack. “Ni**a,” Quik says on the song. “You remind me of my crazy life.”