Fivio Foreign's Friends Are Upset With Ma$e Following The Interview

Fivio Foreign’s Friends Are Upset With Ma$e Following The Interview

Fivio Foreign’s Friends Are Upset With Ma$e Following The Interview

If you’re a multi-millionaire rapper navigating the risky and frequently backstabbing world of the music industry, it’s always a good idea to have buddies who have your back. The pals of Fivio Foreign are flawless in their performance of that part. Ether Da Connect, a buddy of the “Big Drip” rapper, shared a portion of a phone call he and a few other pals had with Ma$e, the renowned Harlem rapper who is thought to have defrauded the drill musician out of $5,000 through a botched deal.

The rapper from “City of Gods” reportedly claimed during an appearance on Million Dollar Worth Of Game that he was bound by a $5,000 contract with Ma$e. A week later, Ma$e responded on the same program, calling the accusations “reckless” and claiming that he had actually given Fivio $750K. He referred to himself as “Diddy 2.0.” Numerous aspects, including Fivio’s relative inexperience compared to Ma$e’s decades of experience in the rap industry, the shifting nature of contracts and collaborations in the streaming era, and the alleged pressure that Fivio felt to sign the deal in the first place, could have contributed to this falling out.

In any event, Fivo Foreign’s entourage has also criticized Ma$e for “twisting things around” and “not putting in any effort to help [Fivio Foreign] develop his buzz, which is what got him his deal.” You can hear one of Fivio’s buddies asking Ma$e in the video clip. “How much you playing me, bro?”, to which Ma$e responds with “It don’t matter how much I’m playing you.”

“He’s not gonna give me no answer, bro,” the crew replied.

It appears that this contract story will not stop with Ether’s statement that they have the entire dialogue recorded. Fivio claimed that the money didn’t even last two weeks, which just makes the situation worse.

Ma$e also has a long-running dispute with Diddy, a former Bad Boy Records powerhouse, who the rapper from Harlem World recently claimed never gave him any money for his work on the label. There is at least some hope that this revelation will bring about the retribution that Fivio deserves, even though it is obvious that he is no longer suffering as a result of the arrangement. Even though the industry makes it unlikely, let’s hope that artists don’t continue to be the victims of unscrupulous transactions in the future.

Fivio Foreign’s Friends Are Upset With Ma$e Following The Interview. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments section.

 

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