Looks like Kanye West and Jay-Z’s relationship may be turning sour. West has decided to leave Jay’s music streaming service site Tidal over claims he wasn’t paid properly.
West released his new album, The Life of Pablo, exclusively on Tidal in 2016 which brought 1.5 million subscriptions alone. West says that he was meant to receive a bonus but never did, according to TMZ.
West’s lawyer sent two letters to Tidal saying that the company breached its contract with West and that he was leaving the site. However, Tidal clapped back and said that West had a specific contract with them and they would sue if he went elsewhere with his music.
West fired back and said he would sue Tidal if the company sued him.
Jay-Z released his highly anticipated album 4:44 on June 30 and seems to have included a few digs towards West in his song ‘Kill Jay Z’. Fans believe some of the lyrics are referencing West’s first album ‘College Dropout’.
“You walking around like you invincible. You dropped out of school, you lost your principles,” he raps.
“But this f–k everybody attitude ain’t natural. But you ain’t the same, this ain’t KumbaYe.”
Let’s see how this feud plays out.