Meek Mill looks to be upset with his record label. The Philadelphia rapper took to Twitter to reveal that even though he’s sold millions of records, he never got paid. The 34-year-old rapper is publicly learning Industry rule #4080, record company people are shady.

The rule is attributed to Q-Tip from Tribe Called Quest’s who rapped about the shady deal his record label gave the group when they were just teenagers. The deal

Now it looks like Meek Mill might be finding out just what’s in his contract and exposing the shady deal to the public.

“I haven’t got paid from music and I don’t know how much money labels make off me!!!!! I need lawyers asap!!!” he wrote in the now-deleted tweet.

“Ask the record label? how much have you spent on me as an artist? Then you ask how much have you made off me as a artist?” Meek Mill continued. “I’m about to make my record deal public by Monday just to let the world see what these people on!!!”

It’s unclear who the tweets were directed at, as he is currently signed to both Atlantic and Maybach Music Group, the latter of which is owned by rapper Rick Ross.

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Mill signed with MMG in 2011 and has released his last five albums under the imprint. According to XXL, fans of the rapper are under the impression that MMG is the target of his grievances and have speculated that rumors of a feud between Meek and Ross could be true.

In May DJ Akademiks hinted on his ‘Off the Record’ that Meek was starting a campaign to get out of his MMG contract.

This comes less than a month after the rapper dropped his latest album, Expensive Pain. It debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 charts.

Nevertheless, Meek wants to review the books and see where all the money is going. He feels the money he has earned isn’t being paid to him.

The artist formally known as Kanye West took similar actions last year when he posted all the pages of his lengthy contract with Universal Music Group while lamenting about his masters.

Megan Thee Stallion also sued her record label, alleging that the contract she had signed with them when she was 20 was “not only entirely unconscionable but ridiculously so.”

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Sources: XXL

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