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Chance the Rapper preforming at Red Rocks in May 2017 (Photo: Julio Enriquez)

Nobody in the music industry is safe from backlash and conflict. J.U.S.T.I.C.E League reignited their feud with Chance the Rapper over the weekend, calling out the Chicago rapper on skipping payments, after discovering he planned to help save SoundCloud, which has become somewhat of a mecca for up-and-coming artists.

A member of the team sent out of a series of tweets claiming Chance used their work without compensation. The same claims were made last year after the group announced the rapper used their beats in his song “Coco Butter Kisses” from his 2013 mixtape “Acid Rap.”

The Twitter rant lasted for a number of hours, and it was unclear which members of the trio were tweeting, but they continued their tweet storm regardless of backlash. But the group made it clear that their problem was not with “Coco Butter Kisses” this time around. Instead it was about Chance’s hit song “No Problems.”

Of course Chance wants to save the free music business model. That’s how he got on by NOT paying

— J.U.S.T.I.C.E LEAGUE (@JusticeLeague) July 15, 2017

The thing is @chancetherapper normalized the free business model. Don’t pay (or pay minimal) for creation, post on SC and not pay royalties

— J.U.S.T.I.C.E LEAGUE (@JusticeLeague) July 15, 2017

Spoke to the CEO of SoundCloud. Interesting & good talk. Although the talk definitely confirms that Chance is a fraud with his “free” music

— J.U.S.T.I.C.E LEAGUE (@JusticeLeague) July 17, 2017

The group also claimed to have spoken to the rapper amidst the drama online, mockingly calling him a “man of God.”

Just spoke with the man of God @chancetherapper he told us to sue or pull up him for the money he owes us. 🤔

— J.U.S.T.I.C.E LEAGUE (@JusticeLeague) July 15, 2017

Chance did respond to the allegations, admitting to having spoken to the trio, but claims all payments were made to the “actual producer” of the song.

This part is true. But the money I "owe" you, I paid to the actual producer who is suing you currently to get out of that slave deal.

— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) July 15, 2017

The fight trended on Twitter, prompting some fans to take sides and others to make jokes regarding the ongoing feud.