The conversation around Fivio Foreign’s deal with Mase’s RichFish Records continues to unravel.
Fivio Foreign Reveals His Contract With RichFish
In a recent interview with the Million Dolllaz Worth of Game podcast, the drill rapper revealed that he was paid a $5,000 advance and remains under the contract, as previously reported by AfroTech. The clip of the interview went viral and social media users began to question why he was lowballed, especially with Mase’s ongoing battle with Diddy at hand.
Mase Shares His Side Of The Story
In the interview, the OG has spoken out on his side of the claims against him.
During his own interview with Gillie Da Kid and Wallo, Mase shut down Fivio’s claims.
“At one time, I gave him $5,000, but I gave him $750,000,” he said. “Because I set him up to do a deal to where I can control the deal, make the deal what it should be because I knew if he had the leverage, he would go in there and sell both of us out.”
He continued: “Then, when we went in the building, I took $800,000 and he took $700,000. Now, the reason why it went down to $700,000 is because when I gave him $750,000 and I took $750,000, he owed me $50,000.”
Claim Of Writing The Drill Rapper's Music
Mase went on to say that he’s the one who coined Fivio Foreign’s catchy ad-libs such as “Aye, aye, aye,” which was made well-known with his hit “Big Drip.” He also claims he was the pen behind “Goin’ Viral.”
“I got to clear my name ‘cause I got other business out there and you threw a real reckless monkey wrench out there,” he said. “So, I still love him.”
“Like the whole ‘Go Viral.’ And, then just the lingo, the “aye aye aye.” I want to be clear — that’s my lingo. If you get famous off something a n-gga gave you, you don’t disrespect me, and I’d do it again.”