Young M.A has responded to allegations that she finessed a New Orleans concert promoter out of $33,000.

As we previously reported, Winston, of Tank Dawg Records, accused the Brooklyn rapper of having a “nasty attitude” and skipping out on a performance at an after-party in New Orleans. When Winston tried to get his money back because she didn’t performed, Young M.A purportedly hopped on a plane and left.

Young M.A told her fans not to believe the media but she didn't necessarily addressed Winston's accusations. "I just want to give a shoutout to all my supporters," she told her fans on Snapchat. "If you f--- with me, please don't believe everything you see in the media. Please. God knows, that's all. So from now on, I'm gonna start making videos before every show on my Snap so you can see what's up for real, for real. No bulls---."

"Listen, my job as an artist is to come through and show my supporters love, turn up, perform, whatever," she continued. "All that other s---, that's behind the scenes, that has nothing to do with me."

Unfortunately, Winston is not happy with Young M.A's response. The rapper, who is extremely angry, has been posting a series of videos of him toting guns and threatening the rising rap star. In one video, Winston is clearly upset and tells his followers that he's not some broke rapper looking for a come up. He begins to throw wads of cash on the ground and then flashes his gun demanding his $33,000 back.

Oh, and he released a diss song aimed at Young M.A called "I Want My F---in' Money."

The situation is getting messy real fast. We hope that both parties can rectify this matter amicably before it gets ugly.

Listen to Winston's Young M.A Diss Song

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