Travi$ Scott has responded to claims that he’s behind the delayed release of Rihanna’s Anti album.

He posted on Snapchat the caption “Don’t believe this shit” in front of an image of one of the articles reporting on the claim made by songwriter Glass John.

An screenshot of Scott’s Snapchat, per XXL, is as follows:

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(The original story in this thread was published December 28, 2015. It is as follows.)

Songwriter Glass John claims Travi$ Scott delayed release of Rihanna’s Anti album.

Glass John, a songwriter who has worked with the likes of Chris Brown and Rihanna, sent out dozens of tweets yesterday (December 27) about what he feels is behind the delay of Rihanna’s next studio album, Anti.

According to John, Texas rapper Travi$ Scott is the one behind the delay of Anti, and one of the album’s singles, “Kiss It Better.”

“I’m fighting to get “Kiss It Better” to the world… But Travis Scott has been delaying it…Travis Scott made her put out “Bitch Better Have My Money,” John wrote in two separate tweets.

John did post a snippet of a song on Instagram, but it was later deleted.

The songwriter also threatened to beat up Scott if he was to put Rihanna’s life in danger by having her in an unsafe environment. He was possibly referring to a shooting, which took place outside of a Los Angeles nightclub Rihanna and Scott were at last week.

John then went on to explain that Scott wants Rihanna to release a “trap hood ghetto album.” He also added that Roc Nation has taken Scott’s advice when it concerns Rihanna’s album.

“Travis Scott keeps telling my wife she needs to make an all trap hood ghetto album…And Roc nation keeps listening to Travis because they think he is a genius… I DONT FUCKING SEE IT THO,” John said on Twitter.

John also explained that Rihanna’s Anti album is complete, and would have been out for Christmas if it wasn’t for Scott.

“THE ALBUM WOULD’VE BEEN OUT ON CHRISMAS. IF TRAVIS HADNT CONVINCED RIHANMA THAT WASNT GOOD ENOUGH . WHAT HAS HE PRODUCED TO SAY THIS!!?!!!” the songwriter wrote on Twitter.

Glass John’s tweets, can be found below.