During an interview with MTV News, the Atlanta, Georgia native revealed that there was never any paperwork and that his deal was strictly with Warner Bros. Records.
“I never signed any paperwork with Ross. It was just my deal was over at Warner already,” he said.
Pill claims that he was signed to Asylum/Warner at the end of 2009. He says he was unaware of any conversations that may have taken place between Warner and Ross.
Though he was involved in the group’s compilation album Self Made Vol. 1, he didn’t appear during key performances. “I never really went on tour with them; I never really did anything with them,” he said. “The only time I performed on tour with them is when it stopped in Atlanta. They still showed love to a n—a when it was time to go to Vegas, or Cali, you know, whatever the label had put together for us to be on as a whole.”
He is currently trying to get out of his Warner contract and insists that there is no beef with MMG. “I ain’t got nothing against none of them, nobody. It’s just the situation don’t work,” he stated. “It’s cool with us, I don’t got nothing against Ross either. It’s just I don’t talk to him.”