(AllHipHop News) One year ago, Adnan “Menace” Khan was known as the producer behind one of the biggest records in the country.
Recently, Menace has gotten more attention for his public comments than his production.
In an interview with DJ Booth, Menace claimed Atlanta rhymer Future and veteran engineer Mike Dean were pursuing legal action against him over “Panda.”
Future’s representative denied filing a copyright infringement lawsuit, and Dean stated he dropped his complaint.
Menace also implied Kanye West did not pay him for sampling “Panda” on “Father Stretch My Hands Pt.” off Ye’s The Life Of Pablo album.
“I doubt Kanye’s paid anyone, to be honest,” said Menace during the interview. “Kanye’s a funny one when it comes to paying people money.”
The 23-year-old British national is now offering an apology to Future, Dean, and West.
Menace tweeted a note that reads:
I want to formally apologize to Mike Dean, Kanye, Future and their respective teams for releasing unfounded and sensitive information to the media that could have potentially affected their professional integrity. They have always been an immense source of inspiration for me and they will always be extremely influential to my work and my development as a producer. I hope that, with time, they will all be able to accept my apologizes.
Please read, Thank You pic.twitter.com/b5X48qYaaD
— MENACE ?⚡️ (@MenaceGotBeats) June 27, 2017