Chance The Rapper’s effort to save SoundCloud was not universally appreciated. Hit producers J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, who previously alleged that Chance never paid them for their work, criticized the move.

“Of course Chance wants to save the free music business model,” J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League tweeted on Saturday (July 15) morning. “That’s how he got on by NOT paying.”

J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League’s issues with Chance emerged last year when Flying Lotus stated that rappers exploit producers in a series of since-deleted tweets. While agreeing with FlyLo, the production team claimed they never got paid for their work with Chance. The bad blood re-entered the public conversation due to Chance’s role in putting a stop to SoundCloud’s demise, which did not sit well with the producers behind Rick Ross’ “Maybach Music.”

“The thing is @chancetherapper normalized the free business model,” the League continued. “Don’t pay (or pay minimal) for creation, post on SC and not pay royalties. Def gonna hear from @chancetherapper manager/lawyer this week after these tweets so they can try and weasel their way out of paying again. @chancetherapper is now the big evil corporation taking advantage of the little guy pulling charity stunts under the guise of God.”

After the League’s rant against Chance got more personal, the Coloring Book rapper called them. Apparently, the conversation did not go well.

“Just spoke with the man of God @chancetherapper he told us to sue or pull up him for the money he owes us,” they wrote. “The truth shall set you free @chancetherapper that’s why you was so mad over the phone g. I don’t need your money, I just need your truth!”

Chance confirmed he called the League but also delivered his own accusation against the producers.

“This part is true,” Chance responded. “But the money I ‘owe’ you, I paid to the actual producer who is suing you currently to get out of that slave deal.”

J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League did not take long to retort.

“There is no law suit in place Chance,” the League fired back. “Sitcho ass down. Obviously YOU don’t know business.”

After the war of words settled down, the League attempted to clarify the situation on Sunday (July 16) morning. The production team said its issue was not over “Cocoa Butter Kisses,” as many assumed, but actually Chance’s hit single “No Problem,” which was produced by Brasstracks.

“To be clear. Our grievance is not about a mixtape record, it’s about “No problems” a hit record that we own publishing and production on,” they tweeted.