Two lesser-known rappers are calling out T.I., claiming the Grand Hustle boss owes big money to the estate of late rapper Doe B, who signed to Grand Hustle in 2012 and was killed in December 2013 at age 22. 

A rapper named Shaka posted an Instagram picture showing two tweets from rapper Perry Boi of the Choppaz, Bricks & Money crew, of which Doe B was also affiliated. The first tweet read, "FUCK #HUSTLEGANG," and the next (since deleted) tweet alleged that T.I. owed Doe B $100,000.

T.I. then left a heated comment on Shaka's post in which he accused Shaka, Perry Boi, and the rest of their crew of letting Doe B get killed. The post reads as follows: 

"I see it…. U want some shine…. But that ain't gon do it fa ya…. You got no talent…. I did my part cuz. Doe was on his way to becoming da Notorious BIG of da south. And yall let him get killed in yall city that yall supposed to run,& now because u can’t find another opportunity that’s what Doe was u lookin to point da blame elsewhere. Typical. Yall niggaz better wake up & see da world don't owe u shit!!!! That's what I liked about Doe da most, he was a humble hard working cat & he listened….to everything except when we told him to leave yall broke,bitter,jealous hearted, small minded muuuufuckaz alone. News flash genius… U can get 100 mill or kill 100 men,until u change U…. Your world WILL NEVER GET BETTER. #OnDoe"

Check out a screenshot of the entire exchange via HipHopDX