Calboy wasn’t pleased to learn he was cut from Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon. The RCA Records artist criticized the team behind Pop’s new LP for removing him from the King Combs-assisted song “Diana” yet leaving his adlibs on the track.

“On Wesley grave y’all bogus asf for taking me off pop smoke album …but then keep my fucking adlibs,” he wrote via Twitter. “two days before my boy passed away we was planning a vid wit me combs n him ..how y’all play it like tht ..ion respect that shit at all … @POPSMOKE10 out now!!”

A few hours after sending out the tweet, Calboy clarified his frustration. While he was still disappointed with being removed from the song, he wanted to make sure his words weren’t taken as condemning his late friend’s LP.

“But my apologies if I made tht bout myself for a second,” he explained. “was juss looking forward to more work out wit my boy @POPSMOKE10 ..but album fire erbody go run that shit all the way up to the stars for gang .. Rest easy my boy.”

Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon was executive produced by 50 Cent, who became a mentor to Pop prior to the Brooklyn-bred rapper’s death in February. The LP was released through Republic Records and Victor Victor Worldwide, the imprint of Pop’s manager Steven Victor.

Prior to the album’s arrival, fans were outraged by the cover art created by designer Virgil Abloh. The negative reaction led to the artwork being changed in time for the project’s release on Friday (July 3).

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Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon featured collaborations with DaBaby, Future, Lil Baby, Quavo, Roddy Ricch, Tyga and Swae Lee, among others. Production was handled by WondaGurl, Mustard, 808Melo, Buddah Bless, CashMoneyAP and more.

Listen to Pop’s “Diana” (without Calboy) below.