Chicago rapper Swagg directed a subliminal tweet at Interscope artist Chief Keef.
“Radio play. No need da Kanye,” Swagg wrote.
Swagg comments refers to Chief Keef’s viral hit “I Don’t Like.”
Despite it’s music video garnering millions of hits on YouTube, music critics say the “Hate Being Sober” rapper got a push from rap superstar Kanye West.
Kanye remixed the track and featured artists from his G.O.O.D Music camp, including Big Sean and Pusha T.
New York emcee Jada Kiss also lent his talents to the track.
Never shy to express his mind, Chief Keef infamously directed shots at Kanye via his Twitter account
“@kanyewest ain’t do s--- for me Hoppin on da song wasn’t enuff I made myself hot #300 all by myself,” he wrote.
Chief Keef quickly deleted the tweet after posting it.
Chief Keef wasn’t the only one upset with the remix.
Young Chop, the mastermind behind the song’s production, also took issue with the Louie Vouton Don.
But Young Chop quickly snatched the band-aid of the healing wound by tweeting some disparaging remarks about the “G.O.O.D. Music” front man.
“How a ni**a going take my beat #u kids don’t no s--- about this music s--- smfh #i don’t like hahahahahahahahaha” he wrote.
Young Chop quickly deleted the tweet.
Kanye West remixed Chief Keef’s viral “I Don’t Like” track, which was produced by the up and coming 18-year-old producer.
In a prior interview with Hood Supa Star, Young Chop expressed his displeasure with Kanye, saying, “I’m mad as f*ck for the simple fact they did not ask me to change up sh*t in my beat. They don’t have no files to none of my sh*t, so how the f*ck did they add a melody over the instrumental. These motherf*ckas is playing me and I don’t give two f*cks. I will sue the sh*t out of Kanye West. He need to call my phone right now before I snap.”
In an interview with HipHop DX, Young Chop said he doesn’t care about Kanye West’s celebrity status.
“I don’t care! I’m building my own brand. Why would I go off his brand? I didn’t ask him to get on no songs, none of that,” he said. “He wanted to get on it. So people need to fall back and mind they business. Like the critics, and everybody that’s hatin’—the supporters of Kanye West, basically.”
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