“Thotiana” may be a huge hit with Blueface’s fans, but not everyone wants to “buss it down.” Last week, Joe Budden jumped on his Spotify podcast to proclaim that unlike artists like Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, YG, and French Montana— who have all added their verses to the track’s remixes—he “hates” the single. When asked what his thoughts were about Budden’s comments, Blueface’s manager Wack 100 came for the former Love & Hip Hop New York star and even involved Budden’s fiancé, Cyn Santana.

The manager told Variety, “The reason why Joe Budden probably hates ‘Thotiana’ is because it’s a description of his woman. I’m just being real.” Wack enlightened Variety by explaining that “Thot” means “That Ho Over There,” and goes on to say that Budden may be upset because it reminds him of his wife-to-be’s alleged past.

Wack 100 Says Joe Budden Doesn't Like "Thotiana" Because His Girl Was A "Thot"
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“Joe Budden is well-versed on the definition of ‘Thot’,” Wack continued. “When he hears that song and hears the ‘bust down Thotiana,’ he’s probably thinking of the past history of the girl who [happens] to be his woman today, so I understand that. I can respect that.” These words won’t sit well with Budden who fiercely defends Santana and their son, Lexington, at all costs. However, it seems that Wack knows that and came for Budden’s woman to push a few buttons.

Wack recently ruffled the Barbz’s feathers when he told KMEL radio that Cardi B’s verse on her “Thotiana” remix “killed” Nicki Minaj’s “Barbiana” version. He certainly knows how to get a reaction.