By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
On Friday night, Three 6 Mafia legend Juicy J called out Columbia Records as he said how he gave 20 years to them but they’ve treated him like backwash. He even posted a video of himself vibing to a diss record towards them that he ended up putting out on SoundCloud.
The diss track was called “F*ck Columbia Records” as he also threatened to leak his new album. This is also after he told people on Twitter that people called him and asked not to put out the diss track. The cover art even featured a photo of Prince with the word “slave” on it as it depicted when Prince fought for artists’ rights at labels.
Now, things have suddenly reached an end as Juicy said on Twitter that he spoke to Columbia and that they’re “all good” now. It’s interesting to see how they resolved these issues considering the wild 24 hours. Nonetheless, Juicy has been in the game way too for this type of drama. This was resolved so quickly so he didn’t even need to air out their issues.
Check out Juicy’s original tweets calling out Columbia Records along with the one that ended the beef below.
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