K Camp has a grievance with Interscope Records and decided to air out their issues in public.

The Atlanta-bred rapper criticized his label for its alleged lack of support in a series of Twitter posts on Monday (January 13). K Camp also told Interscope to release him from his contract if things weren’t going to change.

“I’m tired of the bullshit,” he wrote. “I got over 100 Million streams on lottery 15+ million tik tok videos with no major Label support! just me and my team! @Interscope if ur not gonna support my shit let me go! Been putting my own money up for years. At this point y’all playing w me mine.”

K Camp specifically called out Interscope’s executive vice president Joie Manda and demanded an explanation for why the label wasn’t pushing his “Lottery” single. The platinum-selling artist capped off his message by laying down an ultimatum regarding the release of his K.I.S.S. 5 project.

“Lottery should be the biggest song in the world right now,” he wrote. “How many times we gotta keep putting up HITS to show y’all this shit real? We need answers @Joeyie!”

He concluded, “IM NOT DROPPING KISS 5 TILL I GET ANSWERS! I AINT NO ROOKIE N THIS SHIT! YALL CANT FOOL ME LIKE THESE OTHER NIGGAS! @Joeyie.”

K Camp’s problems with Interscope come just a month after Tory Lanez revealed his own issues with the label last December. During an episode of the Drink Champs podcast, Lanez asserted Interscope didn’t support his Chixtape 5 album. He later threatened to expose the label in a since-deleted post on Instagram.

“Interscope Records … If y’all niggas don’t stop playing w/ me … I’ma expose what’s really going on in that fucking building!!!!!” he wrote.

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