Eight months after Young Dro called Spodee a rat, the rapper's fellow Atlanta artist has returned the favor, calling him a snitch in a new Instagram video. Check out Spodee's latest claim for yourself below.

In the vid, Spodee once again responds to rumors he snitched on Dro, who was arrested on weapons and drug charges at Georgia Southern University last August. Dro had to serve 35 days in jail as a result of the incident, and he blamed Spodee for how things went down. Almost a year later, Spodee isn't going for it, and he's offered up some alleged police paperwork to prove his point.

"What you are looking at right here my nigga, is a statement written by Duan Hart," says Spodee, who rapped alongside the late Bankroll Fresh and T.I. on "I Just Wanna" last year. He's referring to Dro's birth name while zooming in on the alleged police statement.

He then appears to quote the statement, reciting the words, "'Long story short, it belonged to one artist by the name of Johnathan Carr.' That's me."

Reading what appears to be a police statement out loud, Spodee says, "Mr. Hart did also specifically name Mr. Carr as the offender in possession of all contraband." Spodee goes on to say Dro told him it was okay for him to bring his gun because a DJ would claim it, thus alleviating any of them from any liability.

Naturally, Dro's already clapped back with Instagram videos of his own. According to him, his apparent naming of Spodee in the police documents was only a matter of his refusing to take responsibility for Spodee's firearm. He also says Spodee's girlfriend sent the police to his crib to look for more weapons.

"Listen, pussy nigga, I ain't about to take no charge for you! 'Was that Spodee gun?' Hell yeah that was Spodee gun!" Dro says in the video. In a few other videos, he continues clapping back at Spodee while dismissing people dissing him in his comments section.

Check out all of the vids for yourself below.

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