Earlier this week, we reported that Fetty Wap had a few words for his record label and blamed them for the fall of his career. Now the owner of one of Fetty’s labels has responded to the claims and even challenged him to a boxing match.
Nitt Da Gritt, CEO of RGF Productions, caught wind of Fetty’s grievances and had a few things to say. Nitt decided to shut down Fetty’s claims and accused the rapper of being an imposter. The CEO initially took to a 2016 Facebook memory to air out his feelings.
“I’m not ever stayin down or stayin quiet again… #ThisMySh*t #JerseyBoyWithStripes ….. I don’t even look at them n***as as opps lol .. just old miserable and goofy… Lying bout paying my bail who does that? … n***a you picked a side stay on it … you ain’t welcomed over here no more … that’s word to my daughter.”
Nitt shared the Facebook post on Instagram in which he tagged Fetty in the caption & took more shots saying Fetty isn’t a “street n*gga.”
“Hey ‘Mr. Delusional’ @fettywap1738 I Never said I paid for your lawyer but I did send one up there just in case you needed one but you had it covered! And if I’m miserable your ‘DELUSIONAL’ bc you not a street n***a, trap n***a, hustler or none of the above and your definitely not from 12th Ave you wasn’t even a little sprinkle of that #fettycap #173fake.”
Fetty has yet to respond to the CEO but left a subliminal message in his latest Instagram post.