Kxng Crooked Tells Snoop Dogg That Death Row Still Owes Him Six Figures
Kxng Crooked has responded to Snoop Dog's tweet promoting the Death Row catalog on Apple Music. The California-based rapper is a former member of Slaughterhouse. He implies that he is still owed some series cash for one of the albums in the lineup. While fans are celebrating the release, some people are not so happy to hear the news. Kxng Crooked took to Twitter to respond to Snoop Dog, stating "I see the DysFunktional Family soundtrack I'm owed six figures for hmm." This response immediately sparked controversy, as fans of both sides are wondering what the rapper is trying to say.
While Kxng Crooked is responding to some of his fan's comments. But he is leaving the majority of his fans in the dark. The Dysfunktional Family soundtrack was released all the way back in 2003. Snoop's announcement regarding the streaming on Apple Music is being met with enthusiasm from fans. However, the fact that Kxng Crooked is bringing this up now implies there is some unfinished business regarding the album. Several hours after his initial tweet responding to Snoop Dog, Kxng posts a vague update. In his follow-up tweet, he simply says, "Good Friday to you! What are you listening to?"
Kxng Crooked States That He Is Owed Money
In the wake of this Twitter response, fans are eager to hear the dirty details of why the rapper feels like he has been stiffed. Some fans commented that they are willing to listen to the story he has to tell. Other fans are expressing some disbelief. They feel that Kxng is trying to garner media attention with his claim. Currently, Snoop Dog has not responded to his accusations publicly. Although Snoop is still posting on Twitter, he is carefully avoiding the mention of Kxng Crooked.
Snoop Dog is one of the most prominent figures in the hip-hop industry. While Snoop Dog himself may not have anything to do with the situation, some fans feel like he should still address the claims to support Kxng. The hip-hop industry is cutthroat. Due to this, there are always bound to be tensions that arise. This is especially true when money is at hand.