DJ Paul has taken aim at those who questioned his failure to attend Gangsta Boo‘s funeral in a scathing video reminding critics of their true relationship.

The Three 6 Mafia co-founder posted the minute-long tirade to Instagram on Sunday morning (January 15), less than 24 hours after a funeral service was held in Boo’s honor in Southaven, Mississippi.

In the clip, DJ Paul explained that, while he didn’t attend the service — nor the one held in Memphis the day before — he played a role in making sure his longtime friend got the send off she deserved.

“Lemme explain something to y’all bitch ass n-ggas out there who got something to say about me not coming to Boo funeral,” he started. “N-gga, I paid for the funeral, hoe! I’m on muthafuckin’ tour and even if I wasn’t, I don’t do funerals, n-gga!

“The last time I was at a funeral, it wasn’t nothing but a bunch of groupie ass muthafuckin’ n-ggas up in that muthafucka.”

He continued: “Boo know how much I loved her, I know how much she loved me, n-gga. I ain’t got nothin’ to prove to none of you punk-ass, groupie-ass n-ggas up in there.”

The artist and producer went on to remind those who had something to say about his absence that, were it not for him, many might not even have been aware of Gangsta Boo’s talents.

“Cuz it wouldn’t be nothin but about four or five muthafuckas in there if it wasn’t for who I created. N-gga, what I created,” he said. “The teenage girl I found. N-gga, I’m the one that wrote ‘Where Dem Dollas At’ hook, n-gga. I’m the one who was writing and producing that shit. Yeah she did her verses, she did some hooks. Juicy [J] was doing beats, he was doing hooks. But I discovered her, n-gga! I went to school with her, she went to school with me.”

DJ Paul closed out the clip by sharing that, the reason why the family had selected a low frills coffin for mourners to be able to view Gangsta Boo’s body as they paid their final respects was that her mother decided to have the late rapper born Lola Mitchell cremated, as is her family’s tradition.

The “Stay Fly” rapper continued his onslaught in the post’s caption, where he made it known that he had also paid for the funerals of fellow Three 6 Mafia members Koopsta Knicca and Lord Infamous, as well as that of slain Memphis rapper Snootie Wild.

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“I Don’t Owe None Of You Goofs The 2 Minutes It Took Me To Make This But You Betta Keep My Name To The Upmost!!,” he captioned the post. “Especially Bout My Love Ones!!! U Complainers Just Wanted To Pour Ya Fake Love On Me! Naw Bih!!

“Attending A Funeral & A Church Makes Some Of You Sinners Feel You Did Something Special Don’t It,” he added. “What Did U Do For Them Before Death???”

Gangsta Boo died at the age of 43 on January 1. According to Fox 13 Memphis, the rapper (real name Lola Mitchell) was found dead around 4:00 p.m. local time on Sunday afternoon in her hometown of Memphis.

The station later reported that the Memphis Police Department officers received a “person-down call” just before 2:20 p.m. on the date in question, and arrived at a home in the Whitehaven neighborhood to find Gangsta Boo had died.

A cause of death has yet to be confirmed, though authorities stated that there was no sign of foul play.