Lil Yachty's beef with rapper and Everyday Struggle commentator Joe Budden has been well chronicled throughout much of 2017. Budden famously called the Boaty one's unflappably positive demeanor "bulls**t," to which the Teenage Emotions rapper responded in a terse but never unreasonable way:

"When you come from a college dorm room, with no money...and you ain't gettin' no play with no girls, you have no clothes, you have no car...and you come to having three or four cars, millions of dollars, half a million dollars on your body just to wear, and any kind of clothes you want, any hoes you want, how can you be upset?"

Now, it seems like Yachty has taken the beef to the next level, wearing a hoodie with a literal insult printed on it, directed at his veteran rap nemesis.

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#LilYachty wearing a “Fuck Joe Budden” hoodie 🤣🤣

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In some video footage that we unearthed from a recent concert of Lil Yachty's, the young emcee can be seen strutting the stage in a sweater that has the words "F**k Joe Budden" emblazoned across the front of it. There's no real setup in the video to provide suitable context, but the crowd can be heard chanting the phrase that is printed on Yachty's hoodie at high volume. The rapper eggs them on too, encouraging the attendees to get louder and louder with their bellowing of "F**k Joe Budden." Eventually, Yachty speaks to this point, stating that "these old-ass n****s need to stop f**king with these young n****s, man." That follow-up, which also generated some healthy applause in response, should put to rest any notion that Lil Yachty was somehow over this tiff and ready to play nice again. As of this writing, there was no direct response offered up by Budden himself on social media.

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This isn't the only time that Yachty has taken public shots at Joe Budden since their beef began, including the time that he dragged the Everyday Struggle host over his Teenage Emotions sales numbers. It's clear that, no what angle any hater want to look at him from, Yachty is just going to continue to live life on his own terms.