Joyner Lucas trended online all weekend after putting Karen Civil on blast before he turn his attention to music executive, Steve Stoute.
The rapper says Stoute served him with a cease and desist over copyright infringement.
"After everything that transpired yesterday with #KarenCivil, it made me realize I been holding in a lot. She's small fry..How bout a guy who got over $100 mill to help serve artists with tech. $50 mil from @Apple just months ago. @SteveStoute and @unitedmasters you lame AF!" wrote Lucas.
"You raised $50M from Apple to help artists & their careers @unitedmasters but you just paid lawyers thousands to send me (an INDEPENDENT ARTIST) a copyright infringement for saying the words' record label in your pocket,' how are you acting any different then a major label?"
The letter accuses Lucas' Tully App of being in violation for its "use of the mark "RECORD LABEL IN YOUR POCKET a blatant violation of UnitedMasters' rights."
"Not only is Tully App using the exact mark RECORD LABEL IN YOUR POCKET, but the RECORD LABEL IN YOUR POCKET mark is also being used in connection with goods and services that directly conflict and/or compete with the goods and/or services offered by UnitedMasters under the RECORD LABEL IN YOUR POCKET mark."
Stoute has not responded.