Schoolboy Q Claims Delaware Rapper Stole His Verse For New Song

(AllHipHop News) Upcoming reality show pitch: Everybody Pisses Off Q. Today (March 22nd), Schoolboy Q went to his personal Twitter account to reveal that Delaware rapper Jem Cretes stole his verse for his new song, “Hustle 101”.

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Yesterday (March 21st), Delaware MC Jem Cretes released the song “Hustle 101” featuring Schoolboy Q on the first verse. According to Q himself, the song did not result from a collaboration but from thievery of an old verse of Q’s:

While Schoolboy was apparently upset by the “Hustle 101” controversy, however did not reveal any punitive actions he will take on Jem Cretes. However, Q made sure to declare that he will have all the members of Black Hippy not do interviews with the publications that released the song “knowing it’s old”:

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Jem Cretes quickly took to his personal Twitter account to refute Q’s claims of theft, stating that Q had full knowledge that the verse he recorded would be used for a Hustle 101 project. Cretes also accuses Schoolboy Q of not robbing someone himself:

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Jem Cretes directed Kendrick Lamar’s music video for “Kendrick Lamar” on his 2009 Kendrick Lamar EP.

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