Confusion over a song caused Rich Homie Quan to target Roddy Ricch, but the short-lived beef has ended. Last week, DJ Drama dropped off I'm Really That, his star-studded effort that hosted looks from the who's who in Rap. Rich Homie Quan expected his name to be on that list but was surprised when he was omitted. According to Quan, he turned in his verse for "FMFU," but when he listened to the record, the track hosted Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, and Roddy Ricch.
Soon, Quan was on Instagram Live airing out his grievances with Roddy. However, after going viral, he returned to his Instagram Story with an update. "Just got off the phone with [Roddy Ricch]," he wrote. "Everything is smooth we settled it like men and I want to apologize for my position at the moment and this this opportunity to show everyone that through conversations we can have solutions." Prior to shaking hands, Quan wasn't happy.
Rich Homie Quan Details His Anger
Prior to making things right, Quan had quite a bit to say. While on his controversial IG Live, he played the verse he thought would be on Drama's album. "This what I was expecting to hear," said the rapper. He alleged that Roddy Ricch had him excluded from the track. “Even if you ain’t want me on the song, man somebody could’ve called my phone.” Then, Quan went on to challenge Roddy to a Verzuz without laying blame on anyone else.
“Nothing against Gucci Mane, ’cause I love Gucci,” he said ” Bro, wouldn’t nobody on that song when it was sent to me.” Meanwhile, Roddy addressed the controversy on his Story. "You too old for this internet sh*t but I ain't even know u was on the phone," he wrote. "I sent Drama the hook and let them do the rest. Aint never been no n*gga to stop nobody from eating especially a n*gga ion even know. Im around tho champ." Fans are happy they were able to settle it amicably. Check it out above and weigh in on the exchange in the comments.