Freddie Gibbs Airs Out Executive That Signed Him To RCA

Freddie Gibbs is on one hell of a run right now. The Gary, Indiana rapper overcame every bit of adversity he’s faced over his career, from label struggles to legal issues, to earning a Grammy nomination. The release of Bandana marked Gibbs’ major-label debut through a joint venture with Keep Cool & RCA. It appears his dealings with the folks over at Keep Cool and RCA may have soured.

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The Grammy-nominated rapper hit Twitter where he aired out an unnamed executive who signed him to RCA. Gibbs explained that the individual essentially ghosted him since the release of the Madlib-produced album. “After I made Bandana the n***a that signed me to RCA ghosted me for a year plus. Don’t let these industry n***az ‘brother’ you they just care about where they gon’ be working at next year. They not creators like you,” he said before detailing an encounter with this anonymous person.