Rich Homie Quan has made some serious accusations against Roddy Ricch in a recent Instagram video. According to Quan, he was cut out of DJ Drama’s “FMFU” track featuring Gucci Mane and Lil Wayne, and Roddy Ricch is to blame.
In the video, which was posted on Tuesday, April 4, Quan played Gucci Mane’s verse on the track and claimed that there was no one else on the record when he recorded his verse. However, a couple of months later, Quan found out that Weezy and Roddy would be on the song, but he assumed that his verse would remain included. That’s when he detailed the moment he heard the final version without him.
“Nothing against Gucci Mane because I love Gucci bruh, that’s my dawg… bro wasn’t nobody on that song when it was sent to me man,” Quan began. “All I’m saying is, even if you ain’t want me on the song, somebody could’ve called my phone…. since November! Since November!”
Quan didn’t hold back in his criticism, saying “Even if you ain’t like my verse you could’ve just …’Bruh we going in a different route,'” he continued. “But bruh, I f**k with Gucci and my verse was harder than Gucci. Wayne killed that muhf**ka and man my s**t harder than Roddy. So then they say ‘Well Quan you know I ain’t trying to start no industry s**t. Roddy Ricch wanted you off the song.’ Man I ain’t even met Roddy! I ain’t even know he felt some type of way about me!”
He also challenged Roddy Ricch to a Verzuz-style battle, claiming that his catalog is superior to Roddy’s. “Roddy got that ‘Box’ song. I bet his catalog can’t f**k with mine on nan day,” Quan declared. “and that’s on all the money he got in the bank… I put $10 million to his $1 million.”
At this time, Roddy Ricch has not responded to the allegations. But this developing story is sure to continue making headlines, so stay tuned for updates.