CL Appears to Shade YG for Not Releasing Her Album
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Many fans think that the 'Doctor Pepper' raptress takes a jab at her label after tweeting, 'money money money,' along with the hashtag 'all they care about.'

AceShowbiz - It looks like CL is tired of waiting. The South Korean raptress recently took to Twitter to post a cryptic message that made fans wonder. "+GZBareuready+," so she wrote on the micro-blogging site. One excited fan posted on Instagram the screenshot of the message and captioned it, "OMG!! READY FOR WHAT EOMMA????"

Shortly after the said fan shared the post, CL, whose real name is Lee Chaerin, liked and commented on it. "More waiting for yg to release my album," she wrote, adding, "More heels."

In response to the fans who immediately gave their support following her comment, she tweeted, "+Ilovewhenmygzbareactive+." She then followed it up with a tweet that read, "+money money money+ #alltheycareabout." Many were suspecting that the latter tweet, which has since been deleted, might be a jab at her label YG Entertainment.

A fan said, "She keeps making all these jabs at YG recently and I mean at this point she should just release whatever she can on her own.. idk what YGs intentions are but it's such a waste of time and effort I feel so bad for CL. Like sis get outta there pls."

Prior to this, CL shared on Instagram two snippets from an unreleased music video. The short videos featured the former 2NE1 member performing a new, unnamed English-language tropical track while dancing with some backup dancers. The post has been deleted by the raptress.

"I know you've all been waiting and I wanted to end the year with a gift to you guys," she captioned the two clips. "This video is something I shot over a year ago and it may or may not come out but I always loved it and was sad that it never got a chance to make it to you guys. Showing this little bit that I am able to may get me in trouble but it's worth the risk to give you something and keep my promise."

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