Omarion feels like he was slighted for the 2016 Grammy nominations and ranted on Twitter because his song "Post To Be," a collaboration with Chris Brown and Jhené Aiko, didn't receive any recognition. The former B2K singer re-tweeted a fan who questioned why the song wasn't included in the category for Best R&B Song, before launching into his rant. 

“'Post To Be' is one of the greatest R&B collaborations ever. CB, Jhene & myself been in the game 10+,” Omarion tweeted Monday. “Even though people act like its easy to make a hit (& it’s not). As an artist you look forward to being acknowledged by the game.”

He continued, “The odds have always been against me. I constantly prove you wrong. I’ll consistently do great things & you will have to celebrate me.”

Omarion's rant didn't end there: 

"Post To Be" was the second single from Omarion's 2014 album "Sex Playlist." The song generated a lot of buzz because of Aiko's explicit lyrics, and it peaked at No. 5 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs and at No. 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

The tracks that did receive Grammy nominations for Best R&B Songs are Miguel "Coffee," Jazmine Sullivan "Let It Burn," Tyrese “Shame," D’Angelo and The Vanguar "Really Love" and The Weeknd "Earned It." 

Omarion is far from the only artist to lash out at an awards show for being snubbed for a nomination. As previously reported, Nicki Minaj bashed the MTV Video Music Awards in July when her song "Feeling Myself" with Beyoncé failed to receive any nominations.