The tweets have since been deleted, but here’s what Quik had to say. “Y’all had me engineer and record ‘My N*gga’ for YG and did not give me credit,” Quik wrote, before adding, “My lawyer has you [in] his sights.”
Quik then went on to address YG directly, telling him to “be safe on the block I invented” and demanded YG send him his “engineering credits for stemming and recording vocals on your platinum song.”
Quik previously hinted at this feud back in June, in a pair of now-deleted tweets, which YG dug up and tweeted a screenshot of, alongside the short response: “F*ck the police.”
— STAY DANGEROUS (@YG) August 8, 2016
YG’s “My N*gga” peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2013 and was eventually certified Platinum by the RIAA.