Ralo has a bone to pick with Blac Youngsta, and it has nothing to do with the rap game. Late Monday (July 10), the Atlanta rapper, who's just released his Ralo Laflare mixtape with Gucci Mane, uploaded a series of scathing Instagram posts criticizing the CMG artist for uploading an image of himself pretending to be nailed to a cross, seemingly making a reference to Jesus' crucifixion.

"I don't give ah fuck what you or nobody else say this shit ain't funny or cool. Ain't shit about this shit funny," Ralo says in the caption for one of his Instagram posts, which includes a screenshot of the Youngsta post in question. "We don't play wit God wea I come from we God fearing people. DA fuck wrong with this clown as nigga. An Jesus wasn't ah fat fuck!!! I can call you ah bitch over ah billion times right now for this picture fuck Boi as nigga. We ock shit pop shit. You ah bitch an anybody that support this shit ah bitch Ole hoe as nigga. An I'm ready for any smoke bitch boi tag that hoe as nigga 👳🏿👳🏿👳🏿 @blacyoungstafb @blacyoungstafb #ALLAHUAKBAR."

Ralo's onslaught doesn't end there. In the next video, he calls Ralo a "super bitch ass nigga" and says he's ready to give his manager $10,000 if Youngsta, who's recently been hit with charges relating to the shooting of Young Dolph's black SUV back in march, takes down the crucifixion post.

Ralo says his beef is about not steering the Black community in the wrong direction, which is a point he tries to make in his last Instagram post about the subject.

"You actually telling me that the black community that fucked that yawl think that shit ok to do??? Nawl fuck you an that lame as nigga to. Ima stand for what I believe in, I ain't falling for that sucker shit. I'll die for this shit nigga Allah the greatest. We ain't wit that ole hoe as shit. Yawl niggas dick riding that much huh... The only way we gone make ah difference is if we be different black men... Please don't allow the money an fame lead you in that direction... #TEAMRALO," Ralo writes in his last Instagram post directed at Youngsta.

Check out Ralo's Instagram shots at Youngsta, and Youngsta's incendiary post, which he somewhat curiously seems to have dedicated to Tupac Shakur, below.

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