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Waka Flocka Flame‘s dissatisfaction with his label, Atlantic Records, is well known at this point. The boisterous rapper continued his assault on the major label after taking to Twitter and asking his fans to demand the release of his project, Flockaveli 2.

Waka Flocka Flame hasn’t dropped an official studio release via Atlantic Records since 2012’s Triple F Life: Fans, Friends & Family album. Last month, Waka tweeted heated jabs at his label regarding the holdup of his project and continued on the warpath Wednesday (Nov. 4) afternoon.

“On my second single now  #Noradio #NoTv No push — F@CK @AtlanticRecords holding my album up,” tweeted Flocka. He added, “Muf*ckas be hating on the kid heavy.”

Waka asked his fans to call Atlantic Records’ New York headquarters to release Flockaveli 2, with no public response as of yet from the honchos at the label. Waka also threw a veiled shot that could be taken a lot of ways in response to a fan’s statement regarding Gucci Mane.

Check out Waka Flocka Flame’s assault on Atlantic Records below.

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