Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka and BET executive Stephen Hill took part in a war of words shortly following the taping of the 2010 BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta on Saturday, October 2.

Hill called the rapper out via his Twitter account by stating that he switched up his performance at the awards show without informing anyone. The 24-year-old rapper, who performed both “No Hands” and “Hard In The Paint” during the show, also jumped off the stage and into the audience during his performance causing a production frenzy.

BET Hip-Hop Awards. The show was going so well…and then Waka Flak-ed. Yeah. I said it.less than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter


Waka Flocka fired back with a series of Tweets attacking Hill for his comment.

ima let fans know the inside of this lame game yall call rap they want u to don’t b ya self N x u out 4 being a real nigga …  pussy HILLless than a minute ago via web


how the fuck u invite Waka Flocka and hate when i jump N the crowd to connect more wit fans and friends ….. #rappers R robots lolless than a minute ago via web


Hill attempted to reconcile with the rapper and even apologized for making his initial remark about Waka Flocka. The rapper did not directly respond to Hill’s request to talk it out. The 2010 BET Hip Hop Awards will air on Tuesday, October 12.

@WakaFlocka1017 let’s you and me talk. Bring your manager. I should NOT have sent that first text…but there’s some learning here. You in?less than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter


UPDATE: When news of the Twitter exchange hit various news outlets, Monday morning, Waka Flocka Flame apparently took Hill up on his offer to work things out. Hill later posted a picture of the two on his Twitter feed saying the two men had worked out their differences and that Waka Flocka Flame would make an appearance on BET’s 106 & Park.

Now I’m mad…that @wackaflocka1017 is so much taller than I. 🙂 2 Black Men making it right. O let’s do it. than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter