The Compton rap legend blasted YG and his team at Stampede Management on Twitter Sunday (Aug. 7), before deleting the tweets. “Ya’ll had me engineer and record ‘My N***a for @YG and did not give me credit,” wrote Quik. “My lawyer has you [in] his sights. You’ve f**ked up.”
He also posted a short video on Instagram with the caption, “Run me my money.”
YG reacted to Quik’s gripes early Monday (Aug. 8) morning:
— YG (@YG) August 8, 2016
Apparently, legal action was Quik’s last resort in the ongoing battle. Per TMZ, Quik claims he was promised credit on the double-platinum track — and it looks like he’s tired of waiting.
“My HItta” (a.k.a. “My N***a”) dropped in September 2013, as the lead single off YG’s debut album, My Krazy Life.
According to Quik, he worked as an engineer and provided vocals on the DJ Mustard-produced record.