Platinum Producer TM88 Clarifies Three 6 Mafia Comments For Confused Fans

HipHop News Posted on September 21, 2020 at 6:10am

Platinum Producer TM88 Clarifies Three 6 Mafia Comments For Confused Fans

The 808 Mafia member initially said the influential group owning most of the publishing rights for Travis Scott's "No Bystanders" was "not cool."

TM88 tried his best to explain himself after voicing frustration about Three 6 Mafia owning most of the publishing of Travis Scott’s song “No Bystanders.”

The 808 Mafia member, who was one of the multiple producers involved in the track’s creation, responded to fans on Twitter following his initial comment on Sunday (September 21)..centered-ad {

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“Just found out three six took most of the publishing from no bystanders smh,” he wrote. “I’m still a fan but damn bruh get yo ass on somewhere lmao… Still not cool at all tho.”

Three 6 Mafia co-founder DJ Paul sued Travis Scott for copyright infringement in 2019, saying the influential group’s “Tear Da Club Up” single was used in “No Bystanders” without permission. The two sides agreed to a settlement later that year.

In light of the song’s legal history, many Twitter users weren’t sympathetic to TM88’s remarks. But the multi-platinum selling producer aimed to clarify his statements by noting he didn’t sample any of Three 6 Mafia’s work.

“Shid I didn’t use it lmao that was post production but that’s the way it go,” he declared.

TM88 sniped at one commenter, “Man stfu I ain’t even mad and I didn’t sample them do your homework lol.”

He also told another fan, “I fuck with Juicy and Paul man they’re the goats it’s just crazy how things


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