Fearing retribution, Bebe Rexha threatens to 'bring down' the music industry.  

Tuesday's heated X postings by Bebe Rexha criticised the music industry. Rexha, 34, got popular after writing songs for Eminem, Selena Gomez, Tyler Hubbard, and Nick Jonas.   

Many successes from her three studio albums. Warner Records' "Say My Name" vocalist said she might "bring down a BIG chunk of this industry" in other remarks.  

I'm done. UNDERMINED. Despite repeated reference and obviousness, I've been silent forever "Rexha. The industry silenced and punished me for speaking out.  

Change or I'll be honest. The excellent, terrible, and ugly." Rexha did not comment to Fox News Digital. She answered "Again?" when admirer asked "what happened again". You know nothing."  

A fan added "nobody should be forgiven for the time they took your name out of Hey Mama." Rexha said "Love. That? Compare to anything unfamiliar? Kid's play."  

The 2015 David Guetta hit "Hey Mama," was written by Rexha and others. She co-wrote the Nicki Minaj-Afrojack single but did not sing.  What quieted the pop star? "THEY PUNISH YOU."  

Rexha disputed that Bebe was promoting "I'm The Drama," to another fan. "Marketing? Can't afford. End of writing.   

This transcends wrath. Excuse me "Rexha said. My London hotel room. I cry. Feeling despair forever. Meeting fans and exploring this place motivated me."  

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