Hip-Hop Beef: Fetty Wap’s “679” Co-Writer P. Dice Drops A Diss Record “Fetty Vanilli” [Audio]

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Former Crew Member Fires Shots Against Fetty Wap On New Track

Fetty Wap stay with some drama.

Recording artist P. Dice formally of the Remy Boyz has released the first single from his upcoming project, The Petting Zoo. The new single, “Fetty Vanilli” takes aim at Fetty Wap, who P. Dice recently filed a $7 Million dollar lawsuit against over royalties he never received for co-writing the hit “679”. According to the documents filed, Fetty Wap cut a deal with P.Dice for 16.9% of the profits but knowingly changed the royalties and took his lyrics off of the song to avoid paying him.

P. Dices’ new track, “Fetty Vanilli” samples the 1989 hit, “Girl You Know It’s True” by Milli Vanilli, the group who were famously exposed for lip-synching back in the 90s and were stripped of their GRAMMY. On the track, which features Dylie Dollas, P. Dice raps about his relationship with Fetty Wap and compares him to a modern day Milli Vanilli. He raps “Wap you know it’s true, oou oou, oou, I made you.”

Listen to it below:

In addition to his new project, which is set for release November 11th, P. Dice is currently working with Wonderboy Music and has been hitting the studio with French Montana.

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