Henny & Redbull Podcast: Muscle Team Fuzz Explains Why He, RGF, Fetty Wap Parted Ways

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Fetty Wap is accomplished beyond measure after smash hits like 679, My Wap and Trap Queen that lit up the airwaves like Christmas in July.

The Paterson, NJ native won Billboard, BET and MTV awards for his accomplishments and many in the New York tri-state area are proud of his success.

With the success that he’s received, one person is complaining that business dealings with the artist have not gone successful. In an interview with DJ Tarzan and Cliff Po on the Henny & Redbull Podcast, local artist Muscle Team Fuzz who also produces and promotes club functions claims that he helped Fetty Wap build his brand during his climb. Muscle Team Fuzz, also from Paterson, NJ native says that while he and Fetty Wap have had no problems and thinks the world of Fetty Wap, he believes that Nitt da Gritt is responsible for changing Fetty Wap’s perception of him. From that, their business relationship went sour.

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