DJ Drama Says Nav Clearance Issues Are Not About Money
I know yall wanted habits on the album. I had an open verse for the longest and Uzi blessed us with one. Unfortunately dj drama and don cannon wont clear his verse legally. I use to be big fans of them since gangsta grillz mixtapes and always thought they support new artist. I guess its all about the $$$$ for them now! Its crazy but its true.
Drama commented on the post with what many fans considered to be a slap in the face in the form of faux promotion saying:
“Bad Habits” on all Platforms tonite! Go Get it! @cashxo
Don Cannon replied to Drama with several praise hand emojis.
Meanwhile the track’s producer Wheezy Outta Here posted four broken heart emojis in the comments.
Sadly it seems Nav and Wheezy may simply be suffering collateral damage from the ongoing problems between Uzi, Drama and Cannon.
“It’s not about the money,” Drama exclusively told Janeé Bolden, iOne Digital’s Sr. Content Director, Pop Culture. “We turned down $100,000 before.”
Nav alson posted the edited artwork to his socials with the Uzi feature “Habits” crossed out. The project features collaborations with Gunna, Meek Mill, Young Thug, Lil Durk and The Weeknd, who also executive produced the project alongside Nav and manager Cash.
Sources close to the rapper tell HipHopWired that Nav going public with the issue is a sign of how deeply it troubled him.
“He’s really close with Uzi so it’s upsetting,” the insider told HHW. “To have Gunna, Thug, Durk, Meek Mill, Abel and all them on the album and not be able to get that song, which is the song the album was named for, it’s bad.”
For now, at least, it seems “Habits” will have to wait. Do you think Uzi and his label will resolve their issues any time soon?
Are you still looking forward to ‘Bad Habits’?