On Thursday night (Nov. 28), Lil Uzi Vert took to Twitter to air out some frustrations with former collaborators and his Generation Now label heads, DJ Drama and Don Cannon.

“F**k Dj drama he broke. Ni**as need me 2 drop 2 pay bills,” he wrote in a since-deleted tweet. “My best friend Mean Got More Money Den Drama I Swear on Everything he not even in the Industry.”

Aimed at Cannon, Uzi shared a sarcastic shoutout.

“I still got love for Don Cannon with his Fake A** ahhhhh You snake a** ni**a I wanna be just like you when I grow up.”

Uzi has been vocal about his label frustrations for awhile. The rapper hasn’t released a full-length project since his 2017 Luv Is Rage 2, with many fans waiting patiently for his Eternal Atake project to drop.

Although Uzi has insinuated that it’s his label behind the project’s long-awaited release date, DJ Drama has claimed that Uzi is free to drop Eternal Atake whenever he chooses.

”Uzi should put out EA [Eternal Atake] tomorrow or any day he wants,” Drama previously wrote in an Instagram comment addressed to DJ Akademiks’ post about the project. “He has me and [Don] Cannon’s total support and blessings to drop it.”

Among the series of now-deleted tweets in his Thanksgiving Day rant, Uzi also had some harsh words for producers Maaly Raw and Forza.

“MAALY RAW A SNAKE 2,” Uzi tweeted about the producer, who once collaborated on his hits “Money Longer” and “Do What I Want.” “He tried to run off wit 20,000 back in the G wonder what that turned into.”

Uzi also alleged that Forza is responsible for leaked music, which may have played a part in the delayed Eternal Atake.

“Forza lucky I ain’t f**k him up bi**h a** ni**a like I ain’t know he was stealing and selling music,” he tweeted “We Shoulda Stomped You Out ..But Just Kicked You Out ya suite Bi**h SLEEP OUTSIDE ….. If you Don’t Know This Who Was Leaking and Selling….. I KNOW U COLD AS SH*T HOE.”

After the Twitter tirade, Uzi fielded questions from fans. One Twitter user asked if he was on good terms with fellow former XXL Freshmen, Playboi Carti.

“NO,” he wrote in one tweet.

“Nothin I just took a different route,” he added. “I’m not tough I don’t beef we could have a friendly Dress OFF.”

After deleting all the tweets, Uzi shared one final thought with fans.

“I wanna let My Family know… and I say Family because all the fans left along time ago. Only Family Stays so if you stayed I’m Thankful For U… We Gonna Party so Hard In No Time #EA I LOVE YOU I SWEAR TIME JUST BEEN CRAZY IM OKAY NOW :)”

Eternal Atake does not have a confirmed release date. This past June, it was rumored that Uzi was releasing the project, however, that was untrue.