Fivio Foreign is not happy that French Montana is using his boy Mr. Swipey as a glorified "back up" dancer.
"I ain't jacking that n*gga French. N*gga don't realize what he's doing because the position. He sees n*ggas in a little position where he's like, 'Aiight, Lemme do this. Lemme give n*gga money,'" Fivio said. "Sh!t like that to make it look like he's doing something for n*gga. You ain't really doin' nothin' for nobody, my n*gga, you feel me?"
Fivio then addressed those who would wonder what he's doing for Swipey.
"I'm a brand new artist so I'm not really that in a position to be puttin' n*ggas in good positions yet," Fivio explained. "I'm talkin' 'bout French Montana, n*gga. French Montana wildin', n*gga. He wildin', n*gga. He gon' have Swipey dancin' and spinnin' in every video like if he some type of back-up dancer, n*gga. Ain't no back-up dancer for you, n*gga."
Later on Fivio mentioned that other artists who are dabbling in the Brooklyn drill sound -- like Drake and Meek Mill -- have done a better job of paying proper homage and not coming off as a culture vulture.
It's been open season on French lately. Young Thug came for him last week after French claimed he had more hits than Kendrick Lamar. When he did, Thug's argued that he had done more for French's guy Max B than French had even though French is always talking about the incarcerated Max.
Why's French rubbing everyone the wrong way?