Rapper Sheck Wes hired the production company Ridge Production to shoot a music video for his song “Gmail.” Now, Ridge alleges that Sheck Wes didn’t like the completed video and stiffed them on their work — so, naturally, they’re trolling him into oblivion.
On Thursday, Ridge uploaded a YouTube video called “Sheck Wes Didn’t Like Our Music Video, So We Made This.” It’s the “Gmail” video, but the song has been replaced with troll-y narration making fun of Sheck. (Listen for highlights like “I’m outside; kiss my gun” and “kick sand.”)
The video blew up on the subreddit r/videos, where people were 99 percent on Ridge’s side.
“I work in music videos as well, sadly this happens way too often and people suffer from it,” one Reddit wrote. “I’ve joked about doing something like this before and I’m so happy to see it done,” one user wrote. “You guys are not only sticking up for yourselves, but for everyone in this industry who gets shit on by these artist and labels … Thank you.”