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“Contract all f***** up, I guess that means you’re all f**** up. You signed to one n****, that signed to another n****, that signed to three n****, now that’s bad luck.”Pusha T

Well damn Tyga, did you not listen to Q-Tip’s industry rule number 4080, ‘Record people are shady.’ For those of you who actually have a life, this past Friday T-Raww hit up his Twitter account and let us know how he feels about his label home, Young Money.

[quote]“Gold album been done. My label holding me hostage so I can’t release nothing. Might just leak it for my fans then let them make $ off it. The music industry is a devil’s playground. I’m a man of God.#LastKings is what I built and the only thing I rep. Ain’t no one man gone stay in the same spot forever that’s a sucka. I’m a hustler so I took what lil bit he gave me and doubled up – 2pac Never bite the hand that feeds you. But never starve for the hand that doesn’t. #LastKings”[/quote]

Listen I truly don’t feel sorry for you, Tyga. After all the mess that went down with Cash Money when it came to Juvenile, BG, Turk, and Mannie Fresh, you would think you would truly weigh your options about signing on that dotted line. I mean did you really think Birdman was legit? Lil Wayne almost signed to Roc-A-Fella because he was in the same position that you’re in. Come on, Tyga. Drake sued your label home for his royalties. Listen up, YMCMB are going to JoJo you. For those that don’t know, JoJo is a singer who signed to Blackground Records when she was 12 and this year at the age of 23, she was finally let out of her contract. Blackground had refused to drop her or let her release an album. They did this simply because they could and that’s exactly what’s going to happen to you, Tyga.

Also, the reason why you’re being treated this way is because you’re the Cadillac Tah of Young Money. The Memphis Bleek. The G-Dep. Yes, you had a hit song or two but labels are looking at those album sales. And looking at those album sales, ain’t nobody coming to see you Otis. So just move forward. Instead of complaining to your fans like they can solve your problem, complain to a lawyer. Wise businessmen don’t hop on social media to air out their grievances, they hop they happy self in that courtroom. Starting your own label, that’s great. Best of luck. But you better get that label off the ground now because your 15 minutes is on its last 30 seconds. Well, you’re screwing that underage Kardashian/Jenner kid, so it’s more like 5 minutes left. So Tyga, remember the music industry truly is the devil’s playground. Just put the lime in the coconut and beg Slim and Baby for your release. -Pooh Bailey