Hip-hop may be dominating the charts and airwaves but not everyone is a fan. According to a report from The Oregonian, a 44-year-old man was arrested for pointing a gun at three teenagers in Newport, Ore. after he took issue with them playing PnB Rock's "Selfish" on a Bluetooth speaker.

Jose Bravo, 18, says he and two friends were leaving a Fred Meyer superstore when Terry McCutcheon hopped out of his black pickup truck and confronted the teens for playing the PnB Rock track. "The guy was like, 'Yo, play some good music.' And we were like, 'Yo, mind your own business," Bravo said.

The 44-year-old reportedly continued to yell at the teens, which led to Bravo telling him to shut up. "So, I turned around and, you know, being the teenager that I am, told him to shut the fuck up."

Bravo's comments seemed to trigger McCutcheon, who grabbed a loaded gun from his truck and pointed it at Bravo and his friends. "We heard him cock the gun and just took off running," the 18-year-old told the publication.

The three teens ran from the scene and later called the Newport police, who found McCutcheon inside his truck at a nearby store. According to authorities, McCutcheon was drunk and had the loaded gun with him.

"McCutcheon admitted he had made a mistake, and knew it right away," the police report reads. The suspect was sent to Lincoln County Jail on suspicion of menacing, pointing a firearm at another person and unlawful use of a weapon.

Released in 2016, PnB Rock's "Selfish" is the 2017 XXL Freshman's highest charting solo single, reaching No. 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earning a platinum certification. PnB also responded to the incident on Twitter, calling McCutcheon "a bitch."

Check out PnB Rock's tweet below.

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