Shy Glizzy is none too happy with Lil Uzi Vert these days.
This comes after Roc Nation, Vert's management company, sent Glizzy a message about money he supposedly owes the Philadelphia artist.
The two worked together before, like on "Super Freak," off Glizzy's 2018 Fully Loaded LP. Glizzy's beef with the Eternal Atake creator seemingly has to do with Glizzy's song "Right Or Wrong," which came out last month.
"I don't do this internet sh*t ... but since you seem not to see my msg. N***a FXCK YOU! @liluzivert," wrote Glizzy on Instagram Stories. "Got Roc Nation reaching out talkn bout a check after the song already out and I spoke to your lil ass directly. That's some sucka ass sh*t. Then you can't even hit me back and tell me yourself... I ain't NEVER paid for a verse in my life boy."
Why do you believe that Glizzy wouldn't want to pay Vert for his verse since the verse probably brought more listeners to the song?