Rick Ross' protege Stalley and producer Chase N. Cashe had a heated exchange via Twitter that erupted after Stalley ranted about being disrespected by fans and media.
"I'm tried of holding myself back, I dropped the Best video that came out this week and y'all worried about Mercy or a Jay-Z interview," he tweeted today (June 8th.) "I'm disinterested in Mass Media."
"People say i'm mad, but i'm not this fake person who is always happy and Humble. I'm a Savage," the rant continued. "I put everything in my music and i'm really sick of being overlooked."
"I put out the best two mixtapes in the last two years. No Hype around them, just good music," he added. "I'm not hating on any one artist or anyones music. I'm just saying my music is up to par or better than then music people go crazy over."
Producer Chase N Cashe responded quickly to Stalley's rant.
"You can be humble but hating at the same time cancels that out period. You didn't have to mention Hit-Boy video," he responded. "It was a bunch of n*ggas drop videos this year my dawg. You around big names as well just do you and focus up. It's simple."
"Hit-Boy is the wrong n***a for people to hate on cuz all that n***a do is show love and keep positive energy around. Hate on me if anything," he tweeted. "@Stalley I read them all my n***a. I have mutual friends on your team too. But n***as not commenting on what ya'll do cuz we not progressing"
Stalley maintained his position but downplayed any animosity towards Hit-Boy.
"Respect the groundwork," he added. "Jealousy is a weat trait to have, but passion is an honorable Trait."
"I love what I do and i'm very passionate about my work and art I put out," said Stalley. "Everyone says stay humble but what is humble?"
"@ChaseNCashe Dog relax, Hitboy is my guy read the rest of my tweets," he tweeted.