Waka Flocka took to Twitter to put his record label Atlantic Records on blast for continuously pushing back the release of Flockavelli 2.
“I just wanna say FUCK my major label #AtlanticRecords,” the Atlanta rapper writes in a Tweet.
“Fucking selling dreams,” he continues.
Waka Flocka first expressed displeasure with his label in April when he tweeted that he wanted Atlantic Records to let him buy out his contract for holding back the release of Flockavelli 2.
The 1017 Bricksquad member called out the label again for the same thing in October detailing how he was treated when he got shot in 2010.
“The first thing the label asked after I got shot is — ‘can you go to the studio,'” he says. “From that day forward I knew my label didn’t care I’m just another dollar sign #GetChaMoneyYoungNigga.”
The rapper also voiced his frustrations on a remix to Meek Mill’s song, “R.I.C.O.” in August and in November he tweeted Atlantic Records’ phone number, asking fans to call them and demand the release of Flockavelli 2.