Rap News Rundown: Migos Feuds With OG Maco; Rich Homie Quan Sues Label; Chris Brown's Custody Battle

The latest on Migos's feud with OG Maco, Rich Homie Quan's label lawsuit and Chris Brown's custody battle.

Twitter is starting to feel like the Wild West. The latest verbal shootout spilling out of microblogging site involves two Atlanta-based acts, Migos and OG Maco, The conflict started over a popular dance called "Dabbin." Migos is credited for taking the dance move to the masses, but it actually originated with one of Migos's affiliates, Skippa Da Flippa. OG Maco called out Migos, who responded with "[Skippa Da Flippa] is in the Migo family! Let's see you set a trend!! #Rookie." Maco replied by attacking the group's debut album sales, tweeting, "Half the rap game has already bit one of my flows or adlibs. Let me see them album sales figures!!!"

Rich Homie Quan's relationship with his independent label seems to have come to a bitter end. The rapper is suing Think It's A Game Records and its owner, Girvan Henry, for more than $2 million over what he alleges are unpaid royalties. Documents reportedly indicate that the label reached an agreement with Def Jam for the distribution of RHQ's single, "Type of Way," which netted $500,000. The suit alleges that Henry use some of the funds to purchase personal property. "Unfortunately this is a classic case of a music artist being ripped off by those claiming to have his best interest in mind," said Quan's lawyer, Leron Rogers. "Quan has more than delivered on his part of the partnership, delivering hit songs that have sold hundreds of thousands of copies. Mr. Henry has taken advantage of Quan, and now it's time for him to receive his just due."

Chris Brown's feud with Nia Guzman continues to escalate. Guzman, who mothered a child from Brown, petitioned the court for full custody and requested that the singer receive only supervised visits, saying she fears for the child's safety. The legal docs mention Brown's lifestyle as a problem, alleging that he has a drug problem and mentioning recent break-ins at his California properties. The singer responded via Twitter, writing, "Some men my age run from their responsibility as fathers. I embrace mine. Just sucks that some females use children as meal tickets. Using a child as leverage is never ok. The highest praise to the men who actually want their kids." Brown also filed legal docs asking that paternity be officially established so that he can obtain joint custody.

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OG Maco and Migos Squabble on Twitter

Twitter is starting to feel like the Wild West. The latest verbal shootout spilling out of microblogging site involves two Atlanta-based acts, Migos and OG Maco, The conflict started over a popular dance called "Dabbin." Migos is credited for taking the dance move to the masses, but it actually originated with one of Migos's affiliates, Skippa Da Flippa. OG Maco called out Migos, who responded with "[Skippa Da Flippa] is in the Migo family! Let's see you set a trend!! #Rookie." Maco replied by attacking the group's debut album sales, tweeting, "Half the rap game has already bit one of my flows or adlibs. Let me see them album sales figures!!!"

Rich Homie Quan Sues Record Label for $2 Million

Rich Homie Quan's relationship with his independent label seems to have come to a bitter end. The rapper is suing Think It's A Game Records and its owner, Girvan Henry, for more than $2 million over what he alleges are unpaid royalties. Documents reportedly indicate that the label reached an agreement with Def Jam for the distribution of RHQ's single, "Type of Way," which netted $500,000. The suit alleges that Henry use some of the funds to purchase personal property. "Unfortunately this is a classic case of a music artist being ripped off by those claiming to have his best interest in mind," said Quan's lawyer, Leron Rogers. "Quan has more than delivered on his part of the partnership, delivering hit songs that have sold hundreds of thousands of copies. Mr. Henry has taken advantage of Quan, and now it's time for him to receive his just due."

Chris Brown and Baby Mother Headed to Court

Chris Brown's feud with Nia Guzman continues to escalate. Guzman, who mothered a child from Brown, petitioned the court for full custody and requested that the singer receive only supervised visits, saying she fears for the child's safety. The legal docs mention Brown's lifestyle as a problem, alleging that he has a drug problem and mentioning recent break-ins at his California properties. The singer responded via Twitter, writing, "Some men my age run from their responsibility as fathers. I embrace mine. Just sucks that some females use children as meal tickets. Using a child as leverage is never ok. The highest praise to the men who actually want their kids." Brown also filed legal docs asking that paternity be officially established so that he can obtain joint custody.


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