Rapper K Koke has tweeted about being dropped by record labels RCA and Roc Nation.
When the U.S.G star went on a Twitter rant and started by saying “fuk music”, we just knew it was going to go downhill from there.
The Stonebridge rapper then talked about how his life has been a constant struggle despite his record deal.
Then in the most shocking tweet, K Koke revealed that there is ‘no more RCA’, which we’re assuming means he has been dropped.
K Koke was no where to be found when we checked both RCA and Roc Nation’s rooster, so unless he is under some different name on there, we guess that deal is over. Koke signed a deal with Roc Nation and RCA back in January last year, with rumors of a possible collaboration with J Cole.
But K Koke has assured his fans he wont be giving up music and will be starting from scratch.
K Koke was charged with the attempted murder of a unidentified 27-year-old football player at Harlesden train station on 9 March 2011, he was acquitted seven months later but the charge has left a stain on his reputation.
The 28-year-old blamed the police for his problems complaining that they wouldn’t leave him alone.
With a nomination for Best Hip Hop/Grime artist in the MOBO awards, we just hope some good news is on the way for K Koke.