Earlier in the month, Menace, the producer of the smash hit ‘Panda’, had inferred in an interview with DJ Booth that Future along with legendary producer Mike Dean had filed a copyright infringement claim over the song. Not long after that, both parties denied the allegations. However, Mike Dean had followed through with actually filing a lawsuit but ended up dropping it.
Menace didn’t stop with simply saying that Mike Dean and Future had filed claims, he also had a thing or two to say about Kanye West, who sampled Panda on ‘The Life Of Pablo’ with the song titled ‘Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 2’. He said that Kanye was “a funny one when it come to paying people money”.
Since this whole ordeal took place, Menace has since issued an apology via twitter to Kanye West, Future and Mike Dean. He admits that the claims were “unfounded” and the concern for his “professional integrity” being compromised due to his actions. Take a look at his apology below:
Please read, Thank You pic.twitter.com/b5X48qYaaD
— MENACE 🐼 (@MenaceGotBeats) June 27, 2017