Omarion Dropped From Young Money, Responds Via Twitter
Omarion can't seem to catch a break. The 'Ice Box' singer has reportedly been dropped from Young Money Entertainment, after having signed with the label just two months ago. He was previously dropped by Columbia Records in 2008, and was rumored to be signing with Timbaland's Mosley Music Group, but the deal never materialized.
The former B2K singer seemed to have found a happy home with Young Money, alongside future stars Drake, Nicki Minaj, Jae Millz and newly signed artist Bow Wow, with whom Omarion recorded the 2007collaboration album 'Face Off.'
Omarion was reportedly dismissed due to the leak of a new song featuring Lil Wayne called 'I Get It In,' which someone in the singer's camp was alleged to have released without Wayne's consent. Cash Money president Mack Maine released the following announcement via Twitter: "ATTN: Omarion is no longer Young Money ... the song they leaked ft. Wayne is not official .. good luck 2 him in his future." The statement was re-tweeted by Jae Millz, to prove its veracity.
Omarion responded to the reports of his latest disappointment on his Twitter page. "How kan I fall or get dropped when lam "gravity,"' the singer wrote earlier today. "...and jah is by my side being tha force that's driving and parachuting my arriving plateau."
Damn, homey. In B2K you was the man, homey.