(AllHipHop News) There seems to be some tension among Compton rappers.
Early this morning California Hip Hop legend DJ Quik went on an extended Twitter rant calling out fellow West Coast rhymer YG and his team.
"[Stampede Management], y'all had me engineer and record 'My N-gga' for [YG] and did not give me credit. My lawyer has you his [sic] sights. You've f-cked up," wrote Quik.
The emcee/producer went on to add, "[YG] be safe on the block I invented."
Quik also tweeted directly to fellow Stampede artist Snoop Dogg as well as YG's CTE label head Jeezy.
He even demanded an RIAA platinum plaque from Def Jam for "My N-gga."
This is not the first time DJ Quik has vented his frustrations about another recording artist via social media.
In March, he claimed it was "unfair" for Kanye West to receive credit for bringing back 1980's era singer El DeBarge.
Two years ago, Quik also blasted Dr. Dre's streaming app then known as Beats Music, suggesting his discography was purposely left off the platform.
The "Quik Is The Name" performer later returned to Twitter to admit he was wrong about his music being omitted from the service.
Read DJ Quik's tweets below.
UPDATE: DJ Quik has since deleted the above tweets. At the moment, there has been no explanation given on why he decided to remove the posts. However, YG sent out his own tweet directed at Quik, writing, "F-ck the police [DJ Quik]."