UPDATE: French recommends that 50 was behind the phony streams, while quote answering a fan on Twitter. That is far-fetched in light of the fact that the spike in streams began to occur around Christmas, 2019 yet 50 and French just began going at one another 5-6 days back.
French Montana's single 'Writing on The Wall' was advertised up before the rollout yet when it dropped, it didn't get a decent response in spite of including two major names in Post Malone and Cardi B. It was the lead single off his most recent collection MONTANA.
Presently a Twitter client has concocted a hypothesis that French, his delegates or the name are controlling streams on Spotify so as to set up respectable numbers. @karlamagne saw that the tune was having a major flood on the Streaming monster when there was no proof that the tune would do this well — no genuine Shazams, no TikToks, no other viral minute. When they examined, they discovered that the tune was outside even the main 1000 on Apple Music so why the abrupt hop on Spotify to #21 over the most recent couple of days?
Upon further examination, they understood that the tune was playing on certain clients' records when they themselves had not, in any case, played it once. They discovered proof of a few clients on Twitter communicating how they were amazed to see the tune in their playing history, considering it a "hack" of their records so as to get the streams moving for French's music.
The Twitter client has noticed that his string is an alone hypothesis with strong proof yet despite everything it introduces an intriguing case. Is French's name Epic Records attempting to gather floods of the fruitless single with unlawful strategies? French or his mark is yet to respond to the story.
This story was sufficient for 50 to troll the New York rapper over him supposedly attempting to counterfeit his streams: