It seems like trouble in paradise for K Camp after he airs out his record label on social media for lack of support. Read more inside…
The Atlanta-bred rapper criticized his label for its alleged lack of support in a series of Twitter posts on Monday (January 13). K Camp also told Interscope to release him from his contract if things weren’t going to change.
“I’m tired of the bull$h*t,” he wrote. “I got over 100 Million streams on lottery 15+ million tik tok videos with no major Label support! just me and my team! @Interscope if ur not gonna support my shit let me go! Been putting my own money up for years. At this point y’all playing w me mine.”
K Camp specifically called out Interscope’s executive vice president Joie Manda and demanded an explanation for why the label wasn’t pushing his “Lottery” single. The platinum-selling artist capped off his message by laying down an ultimatum regarding the release of his K.I.S.S. 5 project.
“Lottery should be the biggest song in the world right now,” he wrote. “How many times we gotta keep putting up HITS to show y’all this sh*t real? We need answers @Joeyie!”
He concluded, “IM NOT DROPPING KISS 5 TILL I GET ANSWERS! I AINT NO ROOKIE N THIS SHIT! YALL CAN’T FOOL ME LIKE THESE OTHER N****S! @Joeyie.”
K Camp’s problems with Interscope come just a month after Tory Lanez revealed his own issues with the label last December. During an episode of the Drink Champs podcast, Lanez asserted Interscope didn’t support his Chixtape 5 album. He later threatened to expose the label in a since-deleted post on Instagram.