After Roscoe Dash took to Twitter to vent his frustration at not being included in the album credits for "Cruel Summer", and also not being credited for his work on Wale's "Lotus Flower Bomb" featuring Miguel, Miguel spoke to Complex about the work that was put in on the track. He stated that it was an alternate artist who wrote the hook for the hit single, and said that it was a bad look for Roscoe to handle his business on Twitter in front of the public eye.
Roscoe didn't take too kindly to the statements made by Miguel and got at him on Twitter, calling him a "cornball". Meek Mill later decided to jump in the Roscoe vs Miguel Twitter beef and said, "Yo @Roscoedash u must not b getting no money b! Lol".
Meek's Twitter comment struck a nerve with Roscoe which spurred him to take screen caps of private DM conversations he has had with Meek, and evidence to show that he did put in work on "Lotus Flower Bomb", which was originally titled "Fantasy". Roscoe then posted evidence of the work he put in on the track "To The World", off of the Cruel Summer album which dates back to February 15, 2011.
Check out all of the tweets above.