Last month, when Kanye was being interviewed for the same podcast, he emphasized his role in signing Big Sean to his G.O.O.D. Music label.
“Let me tell you — I already decided that when I die, on my tombstone it’s gonna say: ‘I deserve to be here because I signed Big Sean,’” Ye said.
But Kanye’s comments didn’t stop there. He started bashing Big Sean for not having his back or publicly support him when he attempted to run for president in 2020.
“Both John Legend and Big Sean, when I ran for office, got used quick by the Democrats. I don't rock with neither of them,” he said, making sure to also bash John Legend.
So, when it came time for Big Sean to be interviewed, he made sure to criticize Kanye right back.
“At first I thought it was hilarious. I thought the s--t was funny - then I took it personal,” Sean said. “'I love Kanye, bro. I love him for the opportunity he gave me and all these things. But I thought what he said was some b---h a-s s--t.”
“I took it personal because I'm the only artist who's put out five albums under G.O.O.D. Music . . . the only artist who put out back-to-back Number 1 platinum albums, double platinum albums.”
Sean then started telling the podcast about the business aspect of his 2007 record deal, and he revealed how his manager at the time called it a ‘s----y record deal.' He also claimed Jay Brown of Roc Nation reportedly claimed it was ‘the worst deal he’s ever seen.’
“I had to spend my own money auditing my label because millions of dollars are missing and you can tell when millions of dollars are missing. I spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on my label, thinking Universal owe me this money and the money had been paid to G.O.O.D Music,” Sean said, claiming Kanye owed him upwards of 6 million dollars.
Ye has yet to respond to Big Sean’s latest claims from his Drink Champs interview.