Waka Flocka isn't the only rapper who has issues with how JAY-Z's been doing business.
50 Cent has called out Hov for dropping his surprise album with his wife Beyonce Everything Is Love the day after his old rival Nas put out his album NASIR.
😂😂😂 @50cent on Jay and Nas dropping albums at the same time 😂😂 @shade45 #GetTheStrap #4thofjuly weekend mix! #WhoolywoodShuffle 😂😂🔊🔊🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🍾🍾🍾🚀🚀 pic.twitter.com/tTNnXilxtH— DJ Whoo Kid (@DJWhooKid) June 30, 2018
"That was fucked up what they did to Nas," 50 told DJ Whoo Kid in an interview. "That's fucked up. I know what you did to Nas, Jay."
"They came out on the same weekend," he continued. "This nigga still slapping him without anybody noticing what's going on."
If JAY's strategy really was to do Nas in, it worked somewhat. NASIR only did 77K sales plus streaming in its first week, Nas's lowest number since his debut album Illmatic.
But if he was trying to do in Nas, it may have come at the expense of his own project. The Carter's Everything Is Love only did 123K SPS in its somewhat truncated first week and followed that up with 58K in its full second week.
Those numbers are by far the worst of Beyonce's career and the worst for Hov since his debut album Reasonable Doubt.