Ice-T has shared a PSA for all the trolls polluting social media, and roasted them for their questionable behavior.

The West Coast rap legend took to Twitter this week to post his scathing remarks and said those who create fake accounts online need to re-evaluate their existence.

“FYI: If you go through all the trouble to make a FAKE page on Social Media…. JUST to talk shit to people………?! You TRULY need to reevaluate your life,” Ice-T wrote.

In a follow-up tweet, he let new followers know that such brutal criticism is commonplace. “New people say ‘Wow, you say alotta very Cold things…’ Well my name is MFn ICE,” he added.

Ice-T is hardly the first rapper to call out internet trolls. LOX veteran Styles P went on a similar rant pertaining to Instagram bots last year and said in a lengthy video that their behavior was out of pocket.

“To any and all bot controllers,” he captioned his lengthy rant. “Please .. start practicing bot couth !! Shit is outta control .. somebody gonna lose it because of yall!!!! but I’m dead serious If you point me in the direction of a bot controller .. I may take one for the team and catch an assault 3 …I wouldn’t throw hands .. but a cobra Kai reverse foot sweep may happen.”

“Who control the bots?” Styles P asked while looking into the camera. “Who’s these young white ladies? Who’s protecting ’em? These bitches is coming from somewhere. Who’s the bots this is ridiculous you can’t just up..and say I Wanna long hard one…who’s doing this? Who’s falling for this?”

He continued: “Whoever controls the bots you have to have a bot discrepancy. You gotta have bot couthness. You can’t bots out on somebody when they posted about their dead family member…you going to hell for that.”

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In other Ice-T news, the 64-year-old said in an interview with HipHopDX last September that he’s been busy focusing on music, and confirmed a new album is on the way.

“I was just in the studio with Kool Keith last week,” he revealed. “I’m working on his Black Elvis album. I did two songs on that. I just worked on Bishop Lamont’s album, I’m on that. As far as actually doing an album myself, I just have to get in the right space and right vibe. It’s a project. And I’ve been doing a lot of singles, just dropping them digitally. Body Count is in the studio as we speak.”

He added: “Making music is different than people think. You can sit around and can’t write a rap and then you could go in and write an album in two days if you get inspired. It happens. Now that I have the studio and I’ll be in there with other artists, listening to beats and stuff like that, I probably will accumulate an album’s worth of music.”