Meek Mill voiced his frustrations with his label earlier this week, accusing them of not giving him the money he’s earned throughout his career — but it looks like he’s not short on offers from elsewhere.

On Wednesday (October 27), comedian Druski took to Twitter to chime in on the situation. The Off-Season Tour opening act had some fun at Meek’s expense by offering him a spot on his fictional Coulda Been Records.

“Come to Coulda Been Records @MeekMill We will SHOW YOU how much money we are Stealing from you,” he tweeted in response to Meek’s messy label situation.

Druski created Coulda Been Records to poke fun at labels and their unhappy artists. He also holds “auditions” for aspiring rappers on Instagram Live as if he was looking for talent to sign with Coulda Been Records.

Last month, he even offered Drake a deal with Coulda Been after the 6 God jokingly said his career has taken a downward turn since the release of his Certified Lover Boy album.

Meek Mill went on his rant on Monday (October 25), complaining that he hasn’t received any money from his label, nor does he know how much they’re taking off his earning.

It’s unclear who he was talking about exactly, but Meek is currently signed to Atlantic Records and Maybach Music Group, while also being under management with Roc Nation.

Meek Mill Declares War On His Label For Not Paying Him - As N.O.R.E. Exposes Record Deals

“I haven’t get [sic] paid from music and i don’t know how much money labels make off me,” Meek wrote in a since-deleted tweet. “I need lawyers asap!!!”

He added, “Ask the record label? how much have you spent on me as a artist? then you ask how much have you made off me as a artist? i’m about to make my record deal public by monday just to let the world see what these people on!!!”