Incarcerated rapper Tay-K has finally broken his silence for the first time since he was handed down a 55-year prison sentence months back, to lash out at his record label and his management.
"I wanna apologize to all my fans and supporters for letting my management and label convince me that it wouldn't be a good decision to speak out against the way the media makes me look and the complete lies they spread," he tweeted.
"But I'm gonna make sure the truth about my life and my character gets out with or without management or a label. And whoever don't like it f*ck you," he wrote during his Twitter rant, blaming the media for how he has been portrayed.
"So instead of waiting on my 'team' to get the bright idea to speak up on my behalf, things will be done differently. Of course I'm not perfect or nothing, but I'm most definitely not this monster that they try to portray me as. with that being said, I also apologize for the way I may have presented myself, I was young and inconsiderate," he continued.