Tory Lanez and Travis Scott may be friends in the music industry, but in a video revealed today (March 13) it's clear the two have had their differences. In what looks like a tour bus, both artists are in each other's faces in a heated argument and at one point, Tory threatens to fight Travis.

On the song "Hate to Say" from the Memories Don't Die album, Tory Lanez raps about almost coming to blows with Travis Scott. "Me and Travis Scott almost fought at the Mala Luna/We both agreed shortly after that it was music," he spits.

Now, footage of their almost-fight has hit the web and proves the "Pieces" artist wasn't making the story up. While some of what is being said can be hard to make out, you can eventually hear Lanez and Scott going back and forth.

"I said what I said. If you felt a way and you wanna handle the way you wanna handle it," Lanez says to Scott. "That's why we here right now," Scott fires back. Lanez then questions if the Rodeo rapper wants to fight and says he will kick everyone out the room so they can scrap.

"So, what you wanna do bro? Are we apologizing or you wanna shoot the fade, my nigga? Literally every person can get out of here and we can shoot the fade, my nigga," Lanez says to La Flame.

While it's unconfirmed what the argument was about, based on the timeline, the incident most likely took place at the 2016 Mala Luna festival in San Antonio, Texas on Oct. 29 or Oct. 30—a day or two after Lanez called out people on Twitter for saying he sounds like Travis on the Meek Mill's "Litty."

Lanez has commented on the incident before but never revealed too much information, saying the two had a disagreement and he may have instigated a bit.

On the song, the Toronto artist also apologizes for the incident, rapping, "We possibly could be doin' that's bigger than tryna ruin it/So my apologies, nigga, just forgive me for doin' it."

Check out the video below.

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