Earlier today (September 20) Atlanta, Georgia rapper Roscoe Dash took to Twitter to complain of not receiving credit or financial royalties over two popular songs, Wale's "Lotus Flower Bomb" featuring Miguel, and Kanye West's just-released "To The World" featuring R. Kelly.
Hours later, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania emcee Meek Mill came to the defense of his Maybach Music Group bandmate Wale, and tweeted "U must not b gettin no money B! Lol."
Yo @roscoedash u must not b getting no money b! Lol
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) September 21, 2012
Roscoe, who earlier called Miguel a "cornball" on the social media platform, has yet to respond. The Interscope Records artist did earlier state that he has spoken to Wale by phone since his initial tweets earlier today. Dash clarified that he wrote the hook to the 2011 single from Wale's sophomore album, Ambition.