T-pain Supports Post Malone's "Rockstar" does not Have hit #1 If not Told

HipHop News Posted on December 29, 2017 at 6:48am

T-pain Supports Post Malone's "Rockstar" does not Have hit #1 If not Told

Humility in its highest expression.

Following Joey Bada$$'s claim that he co-wrote a version of the Post Malone's chart-topping hit "Rockstar," T-pain has taken to social media (again) to intervene in the situation. On Friday (December 29), the veteran singer-songwriter took to Twitter and was adamant that he was a fan of the Stoney rapper.

He also admitted that he Republic Records made the best choice by putting a 21-Wild in the track, explaining "relevance" was probably the decisive factor.

"I see ppl trying to make it seem like I'm hatin on @PostMalone I fucking love Posty and his music. I am sure that he did not hear my version of rockstar. The label made a money move and won. I commend the shit out of Posty and @21savage for the #1 record. Feels good bro."

I see ppl trying to make it seem like I'm hatin on @PostMalone I fucking love Posty and his music. I am sure that he did not hear my version of rockstar. The label made a money move and won. I commend the shit out of Posty and @21savage for the #1 record. Feels good bro.

— T-pain (@TPAIN) December 29, 2017

He continued, "I guarantee you that rockstar have not passed the number one for me. Shit was a smart move to put @21savage. They know that the relevance of the units a success no matter if you like the artist or not. I hate them as much as you want, but where is the number 1 record?"

I guarantee that rockstar have not passed the number one for me. Shit was a smart move to put @21savage. They know that the relevance of the units a success no matter if you like the artist or not. I hate them as much as you want, but where is the number 1 record?

— T-pain (@TPAIN) December 29, 2017

The final version of "Rockstar" was released on 15 September and spent eight weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. He also made a DX 50 Best Songs Of 2017 list.

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