It’s pretty evident that rapper Charron, in the words of Rich Homie Quan, feels some type of way about being left out of the cypher segments at this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards. If you’ve never heard of Charron, you might be thinking he’s just another basement rapper feeling like he’s been slighted by mainstream Hip Hop. That’s not the case, however. A featured spot was guaranteed for the Canadian emcee after winning BET’s freestyle competition on 106 & Park.

Charron refused to remain silent on the matter. He just dropped a video that he claims was meant to be featured on the award show. And maaaaannnnnn, listen. If you don’t think a white boy from our neighborhood to the north doesn’t have skillz, you need to get your ears checked. This dude dropped punch line after punch line aimed at some of the biggest names in music, including:

Miley Cyrus

Rick Ross

Kendrick Lamar

Justin Bieber

Usher

He also went after BET, claiming that the network intentionally left him out, saying “Cause your target market won’t find me ratchet enough.”

Regardless of how you feel about the guy, a promise is a promise. How did BET think they could get away with dissing dude after saying week after week on one of their highest rated original programs that the winner would win $5,000 AND a spot in one of the award show’s cyphers?

What do you think? Did BET do him dirty?