Khia has an issue with Pierre "Pee" Thomas, and it relates to City Girls' usage of her breakout 2002 single "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)." The thing is, the Quality Control CEO says their business was handled and has the receipts to prove it.

In a now-deleted Instagram video Khia posted yesterday (Jan. 7), the seasoned rapper-turned-YouTube star fires shots at Pee for allegedly allowing the Miami duo sample her breakthrough hit "My Neck, My Back" for their debut single "Fuck Dat Nigga."

"Pee.... You know I'm mad at you let those dirty-ass City Girls sample my shit, and you didn't pay me while you act like you got so much muthafuckin' money," Khia says in the video.

Khia continues by bringing up Pee's purported personal issues and hurling several insults towards him and City Girls' Yung Miami and JT. JT is currently behind bars after being convicted on fraud charges. The song in question is featured in Quality Control's 2017 compilation album Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 1. However, according to Pee, the sample was cleared before the project dropped.

"Khia, thanks for listening to City Girls," Pee wrote  in an Instagram post. "I just want to let you know we cleared 'My Neck, My Back' with E1 who owns the master and Memory Lane and Third Side Music on the publishing. I suggest you reach out to your publisher regarding the clearance. We have the agreements for the use and everyone was paid."

Within the post, Thomas includes screenshots of the confirmation emails as well as checks and legal documents to back up his claims.

"You definitely set the pace with your monumental track. Keep blasting the City Girls," Pee concluded.

Check out Khia's message for Pee and City Girls and Pee's subsequent response below.

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