Sumerian Records removed their "answer back" (as they say in hip-hop) diss track responding to Ronnie Radke just hours after debuting it online. "When Ronnie Met Sally," credited to Ashtradamus (Sumerian founder Ash Avildsen) and The Main Event, aka ex-Sworn Enemy guitarist turned wrestler Lorenzo Antonucci, was removed around 3am Pacific Time Wednesday morning. The Falling In Reverse frontman recorded "I Wash Cars" back in December, blowing off steam in the studio about the "beef" with I See Stars and Sumerian Records. READ MORE.
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