Hopsin is seriously thinking about leaving Funk Volume the label he started seven years ago. The rapper is clearly in turmoil with his business partner and the label's co-founder Damien Ritter.

Hop recently took to social media reveal his grievances to his fans. "Fuck Damien Ritter. This man is the death of Funk Volume," he wrote on Facebook.

Apparently the issues between the two men have become irreconcilable. "Some people are just too difficult to work with. I may possibly be walking away from Funk Volume soon, unless Damien Ritter decides to leave," he added.

This fallout seems to somewhat stem from Ritter calling out the Cali rapper for not putting in enough work. Hopsin later expounded on the dust up on Instagram. "We started this whole FV shit years ago, but this man has all the sudden built up the courage to disrespect me and tell me I don't work hard when I've made him Extremely wealthy over the years from my music," he wrote. "At this point, if he doesn't leave funk volume, then I will. I'm putting it out there publicly so he knows that it's fuck him forever. If ur a real Hopsin fan, I need your support right now and I only hope u continue to strongly support me if/when I leave FV. My heart will always rep FV, but as of right now, it's not home for me as long as Dame is apart of it."

Hopsin and Ritter started Funk Volume back in 2009. Since then, the horror-core rapper has put out three album including the most recent release Pound Syndrome last year. The label's roster currently includes SwizZz, Dizzy Wright, DJ Hoppa and Jarren Benton.


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