"I bring my own money," the "Trap Queen" rapper insists.
While Fetty Wap has love for 50 Cent, the "Trap Queen" rapper will not be asking "Uncle Fif" for a loan anytime soon.
When asked about Fifty recently coming to Fetty's defense after a troll claimed the latter had "fallen off" the map, Fetty said he was grateful -- but still cautious of the Instagram troll-turned-unofficial debt collector.
"Uncle Fif? Man, he been showing love, you feel me?" Fetty said. "Any time he call for me, I'll be pulling up and shit."
"And I bring my own money," he added with a smile. "I don't be trying to borrow money. I don't wanna owe nobody no money. I got child support to pay."
After his "Power" season premiere concert earlier this week, Fifty posted a photo of he and Fetty performing onstage together. Shortly after, a fan commented, "Dawg fell OFF."
In response, Fifty said Fetty had experienced some "contract issues," explaining that would make any artist "not want to make music."
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Fetty Wap rose to fame after "Trap Queen" climbed the charts in late 2014/early 2015, eventually peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. Later that year, Drake released a remix of Fetty's third single, "My Way."
After releasing his self-titled debut album, Fetty's stuck mostly to putting out mixtapes. He hasn't released a project since his "Bruce Wayne" mixtape in June of last year, and his second studio album, "King Zoo," still doesn't have a release date.