Rich Homie Quan says he settled his difference with Roddy Ricch after accusing him of omitting his verse on a song


Rich Homie and Roddy are now cool

had stirred up earlier on after he went on Instagram live flaming and accusing him of having his verse removed from 's song “FMFU” that features the “Letter To My Son” rapper along with and .

Rich Homie later returned on Instagram stories revealing that he spoke to Roddy in a phone call and they sorted out their issues. “Everything is smooth we settled it like men and I want to apologize for my position at the moment and this this opportunity to everyone that through conversations we can have solutions,” the “Lifestyle” artist shared.

In his lamentation towards Roddy, Rich Homie was bitter that nobody called him to inform that his verse didn't make it to the final cut of the song. “This what I was expecting to hear,” Rich Homie said. “Even if you ain't want me on the song, man somebody could've called my phone.” He continued that he has a better catalog than Roddy.

“Nothing against Gucci Mane, 'cause I love Gucci,” he added. “Bro, wouldn't nobody on that song when it was sent to me.”

Roddy fired his own shots targeted at Rich Homie. “You too old for this internet sh*t but I ain't even know u was on the phone,” he wrote IG stories. “I sent Drama the hook and let them do the rest. Aint never been no n*gga to stop nobody from eating especially a n*gga ion even know. Im around tho champ.”

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