Rapper Claims He’s Signed to G.O.O.D. Music, Pusha T Says Otherwise
In today's WTF news, a rapper named King Myers tried to pull a fast one by claiming he is the newest signee to G.O.O.D. Music. However, the label's president, Pusha T, quickly shut down his claim.
King Myers is a Long Island, New York MC who has been pushing his new single "Propaganda" for some time now. According to Myers, the song is produced by Kanye West, and Myers is also claiming he's the newest artist on the G.O.O.D. roster.
Today (Feb. 7), King Myers tagged Pusha in a tweet, typing, "Yo @PUSHA_T it's your turn!" King Push promptly quoted the tweet and said, "I don't know who your are bro, stop it..." You can view that exchange below.
According to a new report from TMZ, Kanye West has nothing to do with King Myers' anti-Donald Trump single, "Propaganda." According to TMZ's sources, Kanye is working hard to get his name removed from the song, which also features cover art reminiscent of the 2010 'Ye album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
What's even weirder is in late January, King Myers shared a screenshot of a direct message with Kanye. Now, it's looking like that message is a hoax. Even CNN got fooled by King Myers' G.O.O.D. Music claim, as the news publication included Myers in a recent article, calling him "a new signee to West’s G.O.O.D. Music label."
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