Joe Budden & Gillie Da Kid Trade Shots On Twitter

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Joe Budden and Gillie Da Kid called each other out on Twitter, Sunday.

Joe Budden and Gillie Da Kid went back and forth on Twitter, Sunday night. After Gillie called him out for "beating on bitches," Budden fired back by telling him to watch his mouth. Budden had recently trolled Gillie during an episode of The Joe Budden Podcast.

"After the washed Up Rap career in and out all the rehabs all the beating on Bit$hes Now u Wanna Podcast Beef [laughing emojis], Gillie wrote on Twitter. "I’ll beef when u start getting sum Ad money." Budden later quote-tweeted his post: "You selling ass out here for cheap… watch your mouth when you speak to or of me."

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA - SEPTEMBER 13: Joe Budden speaks onstage during day 2 of REVOLT Summit x AT&T Summit on September 13, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Revolt)

Many fans trolled Gillie for the amount of ads he runs in response to the posts. One wrote: "The main difference between these podcast is that Joe can say whatever he wants, and the other guy can’t speak too much because he’s a sellout. I don’t want to watch a podcast that has 17 commercials I want to watch something real." Another noted, "I can’t believe we have podcast beef lmao. This where we at now? Both getting money what’s the problem?"

Sunday isn't the first time Gillie and Budden have shared animosity online. Back in 2021, Gillie challenged Budden to a rap battle. “You put me and Joe in a fucking rap battle, I’d sweep Joe fucking Budden under the fucking rug,” he said at the time. Budden said he'd be down for a Verzuz appearance, but didn't expect it to happen. "Gillie, I will do a Verzuz with you, I will. Neither one of us are big enough to ever make it to the Verzuz stage, but I'm cool with that. We could do like a mixtape Verzuz. Leave all the major album joints out. We don't need 'Pump It Up' versus 'Yeah That's Us.' We don't need it," he said.

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