Waka Flocka is gaining a lot of knowledge through his experiences in the industry over the last decade, and now he's making major moves that are ruffling some feathers.

The Atlanta rapper reportedly removed all of his projects from mixtape platform Dat PIff, which came with some criticism from the brand's founder, KP. After asking Flocka if he took a "quick bag" following the removal of his material, Waka fires back with some shots at the site, claiming that artists are not paid what they earn for having their projects streamed on Dat Piff.

While KP tries to patch things up by attempting to get on a phone call with the "Hard in da Paint" spitter, Waka shoots the opportunity down and continues to criticize his use of social media. He then makes claims that he will be starting his own mixtape company, which guarantees payment for all of the artists involved.

So far, there's no word on what kind of plans Waka has for the potential company, but it's safe to say he won't be taking notes from Dat PIff's success with streaming tapes.

Check out Waka Flocka's tweets aimed at Dat Piff, and his claims of starting his own mixtape company.

See the Tweets From Waka Flocka Airing Out His Grievances Towards Dat Piff

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