300 Ent made Scott take down his new release "Pick Up the Phone" with Young Thug and Quavo.
Travis Scott's new release "Pick Up the Phone" featuring Young Thug and Quavo was up on the rapper's SoundCloud page all of a few hours last night before it was taken down. Scott explained the force behind the song's removal in a Friday morning Twitter rang: Young Thug's label 300 Ent.
"300 DELETED PICK UP THE PHONE OFF SOUNDLCLOUD. CAUSE THERE DIVAS," Scott wrote. "THESE NIGGAS WANTED TO TAKE CONTROL OVER A LA FLAME SONG. WHAT A FUCKING JOKE. BITCHING BOUT ARTWORK AND NAME TITLES."
He took a moment to exonerate his label Epic of any wrongdoing ("EPIC IS AWESOME LABEL") before continuing on his tirade against 300:
"300 TRYNNA STOP LA FLAME FANS FROM EATING. WE NOT GON LET THAT ROCK HUH?? IF U WANT PICK UP THE PHONE TELL THUG. TO TELL HIS LABEL TO CLEAR AND STOP ACTING LIKE GIRLS."
UPDATE 12:45 PM EST: Scott says he and Cohen smoothed things out over the phone and "Pick Up the Phone" will be available on iTunes "any minute."