Lil B and Guapdad 4000 hopped on the phone to speak about their differences, coming together at the end of the day.
Two Bay Area rappers, Lil B and Guapdad 4000, seemingly kicked off a feud this week after disagreeing over the former's remarks on police brutality. On Twitter, Lil B commented on the protests that have been taking place following the death of George Floyd and the Ferragamo Falcon took offense to something that was said, raising his eyebrows and asking for clarification.
"Police ain’t never jumped me but blacks did... I’m not against blacks and Im not against police," wrote Lil B, referencing the time he got attacked by A Boogie wit da Hoodie and PnB Rock at Rolling Loud.
"What A Boogie got to do with police brutality?," asked Guapdad 4000 in response.
"Mind ur business," clapped back Lil B. The Dolce & Gabanna Dalai Lama was unimpressed with his reaction.
"As hard as i got for you and say you influenced me ? That’s all you gotta say?," he wrote. "I got jumped by black people too ? Black people that work for a white man ? I’m not dragging them in this ? And if you tweet it .. it’s not just your business anymore ? Fasho bruh."
After a short-lived beef on social media, both sides apparently picked up the phone and got things sorted out.
"Just got off the phone with @guapdad4000 he taught me some game I needed to hear and remind me that we are in this together! The black struggle forever ! Thank you sir and black man," said Lil B. The sentiment was co-signed by Guap.
Thankfully, this got done pretty quickly. There is no time for petty feuds right now.