With news of a possible plan to save SoundCloud, recent discussion of Chance The Rapper has tended to focus on the more philanthropic side of his nature. But, called out for the second times for his alleged misdeeds by the aptly-named production duo J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, it’s becoming harder and harder to ignore the less amiable aspects of the way he goes about his business. Injecting a heavy dose of irony into the song’s title, posts on the official J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Twitter allege that the Chicago-born artist has still failed to pay for the duo’s work on one of his biggest tracks to date.
Going as far as to label him a “big evil corporation,” the new stream of tweets hints at their previous disagreement while explaining “Our grievance is not about a mixtape record… It’s about ‘No problems’ a hit record that we own publishing and production on,” while hinting that they wouldn’t be going away any time soon.