Quality Control CEO Responds To Khia’s Sample Clearance Claims With Receipts

Atlanta, GA – Well over a yr after the discharge of Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 1, Khia appears to have taken problem with the challenge’s first single “F**k Dat N***a” by City Girls and Quality Control’s Pierre “Pee” Thomas.

She claims Pee sampled her 2002 hit track “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)” with out correct clearance.

“Pee, you know I’m mad at you because…you let those dirty-ass City Girls sample my shit, and you didn’t pay me,” Khia alleges in a video posted by Shade Room.

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#PressPlay: Oop! #Khia has some phrases for #QC CEO #PierreThomas #CityGirls 👀👀👀

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In her insult-filled rant, Khia additionally accuses the QC CEO of being broke and impregnating two pals directly, including if he was “real,” he would have reached out to her to write down for the duo.

Rather than trip with baseless insults, Pee opted to take the excessive street, offering the classiest burn potential: straight up proof-of-payment.

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Khia, Thanks for listening to City Girls. I simply wish to let you already know we cleared “My Neck, My Back” with E1 who owns the grasp and Memory Lane and Third Side Music on the publishing. I recommend you attain out to your writer concerning the clearance. We have the agreements for the use and everybody was paid. You undoubtedly set the tempo together with your monumental observe. Keep blasting the City Girls. P

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“Thanks for listening to City Girls … I just want to let you know we cleared ‘My Neck, My Back’ with E1 who owns the master and Memory Lane and Third Side Music on the publishing,” he wrote by way of Instagram, additionally sharing a affirmation letter of correct clearance and a photograph of the verify given to Khia’s writer.

“I suggest you reach out to your publisher regarding the clearance,” he continued. “We have the agreements for the use and everyone was paid.”

In the conclusion of the publish, he saluted Khia for paving the way in which and added, “Keep blasting the City Girls.”

“F**k Dat N***a” was launched in August 2017,  4 months earlier than showing on the Quality Control compilation.

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