Lil Uzi Vert wants no more Drama in his life.
The Philly rapper spent his Thanksgiving putting his label boss DJ Drama on blast. Taking to Twitter, Uzi addressed his long-awaited sophomore album Eternal Atake, which has yet to see a release.
“I wanna let My Family know … and I say Family because all the fans left along time ago,” he told his 5.4 million followers. “Only Family Stays so if you stayed I’m Thankful For U … We Gonna Party so Hard In No Time #EA I LOVE YOU I SWEAR TIMES JUST BEEN CRAZY IM OKAY NOW.”
He then took aim at DJ Drama, who along with Don Cannon, signed him to their Generation Now imprint. “Fuck Dj drama he broke,” Uzi said in a since-deleted tweet. “Ni**as need me 2 drop 2 pay bills. My best friend Mean Got More Money Den Drama I Swear on Everything. He not even in the Industry. I still got love for Don Cannon with his Fake Ass 😊 ahhhhh You snake ass ni**a I wanna be just like you when I grow up.”
Uzi has been outspoken about his unhappiness with Drama and expressed regrets over signing to Generation Now. “We all make mistakes 2 get better,” he tweeted in Dec. 2018. “I should have never signed but I finna turn all this shit upside down ..you know the way it suppose to be.”
Despite their bad blood, DJ Drama and Don Cannon have previously claimed that Uzi has their blessing to release Eternal Atake. “Uzi should put out EA out tomorrow or any day he wants,” said Drama. “He has me & Cannon’s total support and blessings to drop it!”
Earlier this year, Uzi announced that he was quitting music. A couple months later, he released his “Free Uzi” anthem and signed a management deal with Roc Nation.