So, over the past weekend, producer Tone P took to Instagram to unload his frustrations about his now-presumably broken relationship with Wale. The message centered on disrespect and the mishandling of Tone’s beats (also, the importance of communication). You can see a few clips below:

Can’t Keep it Real 101 pt. 4: @wale

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Can’t It Real 101 pt 5: @wale – No Disrespect to the real MD niggas.

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Then, he stopped by WPGC to further explain what’s going on, adding in Wale’s long-awaited Go-Go record and whether or not he’s becoming a culture vulture for the city he represents (he also took shots at DJ Money). You can see that below, courtesy of Dennis “CEO Den-Den” Johnson…while he stated that Wale has responded to him, 1.) he’s not satisfied with the response and 2.) Wale hasn’t publicly spoken on it as far as we know. Ultimately, it just sucks to hear about conflict amongst stars in this area overall.

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