On Nov. 7, Soulja Boy placed a $100,000 bounty on Chicago rapper Rico Recklezz' head. Now, the "Crank Dat" artist is backing away from the death threat.

WorldStarHipHop obtained a video of somebody in Rico's team apparently FaceTiming Soulja Boy in California. Rico's crew member says, "We don't do the threats. Don't ever think you can put no money on a nigga's head from Chicago, 'cause it ain't about no money down here. It's easy to find ya, blood. And you see you ain't hard to find, nigga, period."

SB responds, "That nigga put my name in a song, bro. Them tweets weren't even about him. I'm on paperwork right now, so we don't even play those types of games. Ain't nobody gon' put no money on nobody's head, none of that bro. A nigga just need to holla at me... I need me and him to talk, feel me." Rico's crew then says, "Now that a mufucka got a direct on you, right? We in Cali right now, right? Once we get back to the city, we gon' run it by shorty. For now, we gon' cease the bullshit, especially the threats." You can view the clip in its entirety above via YouTube.

The Soulja Boy-Rico Recklezz beef began when Rico mentioned Soulja's name on the song “No Talking.” Recklezz spits, “Soulja hoe ass keep dissing Yachty, his bitch ass ain’t even got no bodies/Talking tough on Twitter, but his scary ass was scared to come to the lobby.”

Soulja Boy caught wind of the diss and took to Twitter, typing, “I just made a million dollars what I look like dissin an unsigned Chicago rapper? Fuck rap beef we really doing drills … he want some clout.” Five minutes later, SB upped the ante, tweeting, “He gone be dead before 2017. We sliding. I got 100k on his head.” Recklezz quickly replied, “FUK IT LETS BOX 1 ON 1 FOR 10K @souljaboy WE CAN YOUTUBE IT TMZ IT WATEVA WEN U READY ????”

The issue can be traced back to Soulja Boy’s beef with Lil Yachty over their mutual friend India Love. SB threatened to kill Yachty if Lil Boat came to Chicago. However, Rico Recklezz stepped in and defended Yachty, saying the 2016 XXL Freshman was good in his hometown.

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