Tons of major artists have been hopping on Three 6 Mafia's "Who Run It" instrumental from 2000 after it was re-popularized from G Herbo's recent freestyle, and now Blac Youngsta and Rich The Kid are giving it a go. While the Memphis rapper spits some flexing bars on his lengthy verse, Rich takes the opportunity on the second half to throw some serious shots at Lil Uzi Vert, who he has a growing feud with.

Youngsta makes sure to represent hard for his home city on the first verse, where he lets listeners know that Memphis is not a place that people should underestimate.

"Y'all must think niggas in the M-town ain't havin' them keys or somethin'," he spits. "They might feel your block up (bitch)/Memphis we do walk up/Playin' in the M get shot up/Ask somebody 'bout us/Homicide who done it?"

Rich hits up the second verse, where he takes direct aim at Uzi by name-dropping him. He even mentions the Philadelphia hitmaker's deal with DJ Drama, whom Uzi has shared frustrations about previously, and calls him out for allegedly renting some of his lavish items.

"You ain't a boss, ain't richer than me, you must be delirious/Make it rain then I leave," he rhymes. "Bentley truck but you leased it/AP make you seasick/Lil Uzi he's a big bitch/Wrist cost eighteen hunnid/You signed a 360, gettin' no money/This rap shit funny."

Rich and Uzi have been exchanging subliminal shots back and forth on social media since last year. If you recall, Uzi complained about artists signing to artists, which led Rich to encourage the entertainer to sign with his Rich Forever Music imprint. After Uzi responded with shade toward the label, they have been throwing shade at each other ever since.

Just this week (April 23), Rich The Kid released his "Dead Friends" visuals, which feature him digging a grave for what many fans believe is meant to be a Lil Uzi Vert lookalike.

Listen to Blac Youngsta and Rich The Kid's "Who Run It Remix" in the stream below.

Epic Records/Rich Music Forever

See Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Lil Uzi Vert at the 2016 XXL Freshman Shoot