Lil Wayne isn’t the only one irked over Pusha T’s “Exodus 23:1” track.

On Thursday (May 24), Young Chop, producer of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like,” took to his Twitter account and blasted Pusha.

“fuck (Pusha T) am on that,” Young Chop tweeted from his @youngchopbeatz account. “am on that with yo bitch ass @pusha_T. this nigga made a song about me.”

The young producer took offense to a line that Pusha seemingly aimed at him on the track: “You can keep yo beats nigga, we much rather share your bitch, nigga, bitch nigga.”

Pusha was seemingly referring to the fact that Chop publicly announced that he was upset that Kanye altered his “I Don’t Like” instrumental for the song’s mammoth remix earlier this month. However, a short time later, Chop told Chicago’s DJ Moondawg that there was no longer an issue between he and Yeezy.

However, Pusha’s targeted line must have re-ignite the sour feeling, as Chop later blatantly tweeted:

“fuck u @PUSHA_T and @kanywest.” That was followed with, “Good music # don’t like me.”

He would also go on to shout out Lil Wayne, even re-tweeting Weezy’s statement from earlier on Thursday morning: “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em.”

Pusha has thrown several subliminal lines aimed toward Wayne and Drake in the past. On “Exodus 2:31,” which samples Notorious B.I.G.’s “What’s Beef” record, Pusha caught Wayne’s attention with the line:

“Throwing that flag up, runnin’ around like you hot sh–, taking half of everything you get,” Pusha raps on the chorus. Later, Push rhymes, “contract all fucked up/I guess that means you all fucked/You signed to one nigga, then signed to another nigga, then signed to three niggas/ Now that’s bad luck.”—Jakinder Singh