Roddy Ricch just appeared on Kanye West’s ‘DONDA’ album and has been previewing music on social media in anticipation of his upcoming ‘Feed Tha Streets’ release. The rapper recently shared a sample on Twitter, which drew criticism from his followers.
Some fans went on to argue that the rapper should deactivate his album, while others demanded that the disrespect end, citing his previous hit songs. Roddy’s Twitter and Instagram accounts were deactivated shortly after.
#RoddyRicch shared a snippet of some new music!
Despite the rapper not explicitly responding to the criticism, he might have felt extremely discouraged. Roddy Ricch’s “Live Life Fast” was expected by many to hit the 100,000 sales mark. Roddy probably carried similar hopes for his new album. The album ended up selling only around 64,000 copies upon its debut.
Roddy Ricch has been quiet about the disappointing debut thus far. Most recording artists would be thrilled to move 60,000 units in their first week. Roddy has seen just how successful his music can be. He will still make money, but his ego must be badly bruised.
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