XXXTentacion Says He Wants Out Of Deal With Capitol Records

All charges carry a hefty prison term if he is convicted. The “Look At Me” rapper recently signed a new seven figures deal with Capitol Records but it seems like he is having a change of heart and perhaps wants to go independent. Unfortunately, those deals are not that easy to get out of so he will have to lawyer up if he is serious about that. Aside from his musical success, XXXTentacion is in a world of legal troubles stemming from a case where he allegedly held his pregnant ex-girlfriend hostage and assaulted her. The 19-year-old rapper, born Jahseh Onfroy, got a taste of fame earlier this year when his single “Look At Me” became a viral hit. His debut album 17 was released on August 25th and sold 87,000 copies in the first week and debut at No. #xxxtentacion put deal with #capitolrecords on chopping block
A post shared by DancehallHipHop (@dancehallhiphop) on Oct 25, 2017 at 8:47pm PDT “Terminating my deal with “capitol records,” he wrote while adding, “I am not a “signed” artist and I will not be releasing music for a very long time. The album is currently on its way to getting gold certification. I’m tired of this sh*t.” Capitol Records has not released a statement on what XXXTentacion said, but something tells me that it won’t take too long for them to say something. XXXTentacion’s deal with Capitol Records is for upcoming material. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. Without giving any additional details, he posted on Instagram Live that he is terminating his deal with the label less than a week after signing it. Unless this is just another one of X’s publicity stunts. There was also some controversies surrounding Drake allegedly biting his style on the single. He will be going on trial on December 11th for aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment, and witness-tampering. He even tried to instigate a beef with the Young Money rapper but Drizzy never took the bait. Tweet
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XXXTentacion says he wants out of the new $6 million deal that he just signed with Capitol Records.

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