A beef between YG and 6ix9ine has been brewing since March and after a recent appearance by the Compton rapper on The Breakfast Club, things are definitely escalating. While speaking with the hosts of the Power 105 show, YG was asked about his previous comments about 6ix9ine that included, "I WANT ALL THE SMOKE" and "FUCK 69" tweets.

"I said what I said. The little nigga was playin' with too much of the real shit, so I had to say something. And it is what it is," YG said during his Tuesday (Aug. 7) appearance. "I just feel like I had to say something and I said it... If I say something 'bout a nigga, I'm gon' fight you."

As always, 6ix9ine caught wind of what YG said and hopped on Instagram on Wednesday (Aug. 8) to fire back. After hurling a few expletives at the "Suu Whoop" rapper, 6ix9ine called out the lack of success of YG's 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Nicki Minaj-assisted single, "Big Bank"—even though the song reached No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has been certified gold.

"Yo, I don't know how much more disrespectful I can get. YG, suck my fuckin' dick, stupid," the "Gummo" rapper said. "'Ya last single before your album came out had four major artists on it. You had 2 Chainz, you had Big Sean and you had Nicki Minaj—you supposed to blow me out of the water. How my record doin' better than your shit?" he added, referring to his song "Fefe."

"You a whole bum out here. Stop going on radio stations tryna promote your album and mentioning my name. That shit is a fuckin' dub. You a dummy! Like a big ass dummy! I see right through you, my nigga," 6ix9ine continued, before blasting YG's 2010 single, "Toot It and Boot It" featuring Ty Dolla $ign. "This your last hit. This shit was like in 2004 I think. This the only reason I know you."

But the war of words didn't stop there. Following 6ix9ine's response on Instagram, YG jumped on IG to repost the New York rapper's video and added a comment of his own. "CANT WAIT TILL WE MEET @6ix9ine," the Stay Dangerous rhymer wrote.

Check out YG's comments about 6ix9ine during The Breakfast Club interview at the 26:30 mark, as well as 6ix9ine's response below.

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