34. Don’t think Roscoe Dash is going to let you slide on not crediting his songwriting skills. You may not get a call from his lawyers or business personnel but the ATL rapper will straight call you out on Twitter if you’re suspect in not citing your lyrical sources. After calling out Kanye West for not listing his name for “To The World,” Mr. Dash went at MMG’s Wale and Miguel for “Lotus Flower Bomb.” Roscoe showed no mercy when he called Miguel a “fan” and in so many words told him to get his Twitter followers up (at that time he had 206k). Miguel eventually responded with a statement suggesting that he handle business through a more appropriate forum.