Troy Ave and Joey Bada$$‘s ongoing feud continues as the “Doo Doo” rapper takes shots at Joey on his latest release “Good Girl Gone Bad.”

Although the melodic track’s narrative is about the familiarity of spending time with a girl who had “gone bad” after meeting him, Troy seemingly finds room to diss Joey Bada$$ simultaneously.

“More realer than Joey Bad, he’s a sucker, you feel me?” the 30-year old Brooklyn, New York rapper spits on the second verse of “Good Girl Gone Bad.”

Troy and Joey’s dissension goes back to 2015 when the Major Without a Deal rapper called Joey “fake independent” after the 21-year old rapper called himself the #1 independent Hip Hop artist in the world.

Joey’s release of “Ready,” called Troy Ave out over his dismal album sales resulting in a back-and-forth Twitter spat.

Troy Ave controversially responded to Joey’s lyrical lashing with “Bad Ass,” a track that takes aim at Joey’s appearance, lack of radio singles and the late Pro Era member Capital Steez, who took his own life in December 2012.

The aim taken at Capital Steez resulted in A$AP Mob, Styles P and Royce Da 5’9 condemning Troy.

Troy Ave’s “Good Girl Gone Bad” song calling Joey Bada$$ a sucker is as follows:

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