Rumours circulated last week that SoundCloud only had enough money to last another 50 days. Artists came out of the woodwork to tweet about the fall of the streaming service, including Chance the Rapper, who notoriously made the blueprint for becoming a successful Grammy-winning artist off the strength of free music and services.

But producer group J.U.S.T.I.C.E League took the opportunity to snatch Chance's golden halo when they took to twitter to call out the rapper for using that blue print to take advantage of the producers he works with by not paying them. It turns out, the Chicago rapper never paid the producer trio for their work on his Acid Rap tracks like 'Cocoa Butter Kisses,' 'Good Ass Intro' and 'Everything's Good (Good Ass Outro)' from 2013.

Read their thread below.