Roscoe Dash went on an accusation spree a few days ago on Twitter, mainly expressing his gripe towards Wale & Miguel for not crediting him properly for writing the hook to ‘Lotus Flower Bomb’ as well as Kanye for not acknowledging his contribution to Cruel Summer‘s opening track ‘To The World’. In a conversation with MTV, Roscoe reflects on the episode and explains why the music industry is a “dirty game”.

“I just want people to understand what people have to go through in the industry, what we have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. No matter who you are, no matter what you’ve done in the past, it’s a dirty game.”

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