Shy Glizzy’s recent decision to collaborate with Lil Uzi Vert for his song “Right Or Wrong” may have been a costly one and the D.C. rapper appears to have been under the impression they united on the humble.

“I don’t even do no internet shit,” Glizzy prefaced his Instagram rant before upping the level of gangsta on Sunday (July 12). “But since you seem not to see my msg Nigga FXCK YOU! @liluzivert.

“Got Roc Nation reaching out talkn bout a check after the song already out and I spoke to your lil ass directly. That’s some sucka ass shit! Then you can’t even hit me back and tell me yourself. Niggaz be weird as shit. I ain’t NEVER paid for a verse for my life boy,” the Grammy-nominated artist fumed.

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Some of Glizzy’s past collaborators include high-profile stunters like Rick Ross, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Young Thug, Kash Doll and even Uzi well before the making of the track in question.

Released just a few weeks ago, the bouncy TM88-produced track has the two face-tatted rappers flexing about “slimey bitches fucking a real nigga” Louis Vuitton and surprisingly, money.

Yet from Glizzy’s perspective, it was all about the principles of the matter.

“For years, niggaz been black ballin me and I don’t say shit,” he continued in his Stories. “I fxcked wit switched up. Fxck niggas think they cooler than me or sumn? You niggas is some fucking lames with a name. Plz don’t play wit me! And it’s up with whoever!”

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Uzi has yet to respond to Glizzy’s allegations but he recently stated he has no intent on engaging in an open-air rap beef.