In business, loyalty is never certain as people sometimes take opportunities that work best for them in the moment. Tiara Thomas, who wrote Wale's current hit 'Bad,' recently signed to Division1/Interscope Records. The rapper was a bit disappointed in the move and admitted he was a "causality of the game" as a result.

Wale sat down for an interview with Hot 97 last week and rehashed his working relationship with Thomas. The D.C. native said that he'd been working with Tiara for two years and didn't expect her to go on and sign with producer Rico Love's label.

"Their situation met through [me]," Mr. Folarin revealed. "I was recording with the situation she’s in now and they met. It’s just the game though. My thing is I don’t really believe in paperwork too soon cause I like to show and prove what I can do."

Besides calling Thomas "talented" and "dope," he also added that he understood why she made the decision to move on.

"She did what she had to do and what was in her best interest. And I guess that’s what all people do. So shout out to her and her situation," he said.

In the meantime, Wale is still winning as Rihanna took the reigns for the vocals on the 'Bad' remix and her voice gets the job done.

Watch Wale's Interview With Hot 97