He rubbed his dick on his cat and then Official Bad Habits shirt all over it. Then he tried to take that shit back saying it was a joke like Nah fam you a cat fucker. You can build a million bridges and be a bridge builder. Then one day you rub your dick on a cat and spray your load all over it and suddenly you’re no longer a bridge builder, you’re a cat fucker. Idk the whole timeline, but I swear Uzi just had a feature on a smaller artist while some of the bigger artists have issues pushing thru and then they make posts online commenting about it.
Official Bad Habits shirt, ladies tee, tank top, and v-neck
The theory is that Uzi doesn’t wanna drop right now because Don Cannon and DJ Drama of Atlantic are asking for an unfair cut of the profit for Official Bad Habits shirt. Uzi just wants to eat, and he’s potentially rebelling a little bit by missing concerts here and there so the label gets sued. If the label sues Uzi, he might just dip and go to a place like XO. Uzi’s even threatened to drop on Soundcloud if need be. Promotion is whatever, XO could do that well enough, and he’s huge. He’s at that level where an instant post is enough promotion. And a smaller label would let him drop when he wants because he would have the power. That’s generally what I’d think too, but yeah…it’s just marketing now.
Official Bad Habits sweatshirt, hoodie
I agree with his more recent features being weak but I thought this one was nice. I don’t think it’s the features themselves that are bad, the but songs they’re around are bang average so it makes his features look the same. Maybe I’m biased since I’m a huge fan. There was a point in time where he was the king of features Official Bad Habits shirt was unreal for features. Well if this is serious about them not clearing his verse. He might disable the song from being played, you know it’s greyed out. I remember Kanye was the executive producer of that god awful Tyga album. Ever since then, I could not give less of a fuck about the executive producer on an album I’m anticipating. That’s all it really is, in practice, it just means the executive producer consulted on the album in some form.