Tory Lanez Threatens to Expose Interscope Records After Saying He Used His Own Money on New Album

The 'Freaky' rapper curses out his record label and says in an angry post that he will spill some damaging tea if the music company continues to 'play' with him.

AceShowbiz - Tory Lanez is fed up with his label Interscope Records. Only a month after dropping new album "Chixtape 5", the Canadian rapper vented his frustrations in an expletive-laden message on Instagram. He even threatened to expose the company.

"Interscope Records…if yall n***a dont stop playing w/ me…ima expose whats really going on in that f**king building," he posted and wrote in the caption, "@interscope y'all play w me if u want to .... Let's play ... y'all got the right f**king one."

He later added in a comment section, "This is going to be fun tho ... I Promise."

When a follower told him to calm down because he might end up dead, the 27-year-old rap star hotly replied, "That's the difference .... I don't care. My integrity respect and the path of light that i can show the generation after me is more important than this life that n***as is so scared to lose."

While Tory didn't explain what the issues were, fellow Interscope artist Rich the Kid was seemingly not surprised by the dispute as he commented, "I'm tellin ya [face-palm emoji]."

Before Tory's angry rant, his manager Sascha Guttfreund revealed in an interview with DJ Booth that the rapper paid the samples in his new album out of his own pocket. "Interscope contributed, but they didn't cover all our costs," the manager said. "Tory is not afraid to invest in himself. I'll tell you that."

The album featured samples of some of the 2000s biggest hip-hop songs like Ashanti's "Foolish", Snoop Dogg's "Beautiful", Fabolous' "Can't Let You Go", and The-Dream's "I Luv Your Girl".

"We actually didn't do this from a monetary standpoint, we did this from a standpoint of like, I'm losing money doing the album but what is gonna come out of it? Of course it's gonna be incredible," Tory said in a Hot 97 interview. "I feel like it's damn near at a place where it's gonna be critically acclaimed because no one ever did it before."

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