Memphis rapper NLE Choppa was accosted by an alleged NBA YoungBoy fan while strolling through an airport on Monday (January 17), but the 19-year-old rapper managed to land the only punch.

Choppa addressed the incident in a since-deleted post that read in part, “It’s a difference from getting hit and falling then fighting in flip flops and falling on yo own. I fell throwing a punch Ian get hit til I was otw down [crying laughing emojis] and my backpack 20 pounds. Buddy lip swole everything I through connected. My whole ankle rolled I got ice onnat how rn.”

Now, fans think NBA YoungBoy is sending subliminal shots at NLE Choppa on the new single “Know Like I Know” in which he raps, “I bet your momma would be destroyed, n-gga, when we send your stupid ass to God for makin’ statements/Choosin’ sides about my beef with them lil boys. I can say I saw it, you can say I was your favorite, n-gga/Better stay up in your place bitch, fuck around get your face split.”

NBA YoungBoy also appears to take a shot at NLE Choppa’s holistic approach to living with, “I don’t give a fuck how you treat your body, give a fuck bout your cleaning.”

He then possibly throws a jab at Lil Durk, who took issue with the O’Block diss on last week’s “Bring The Hook.” Durk responded cryptically on Instagram with, “Don’t claim it if you ain’t do it you still a bitch.”

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The father of seven seems to fire back with, “All these n-ggas tryna to be the biggest rapper while I’m tryna wrap ’em in a body bag with a toe tag in his last meetin’ with the pastor/I know a n-gga that got Instagram and Twitter still ain’t tryna master how they play wit’ me and he know I play for keeps/Knowin’ I will clap ’em, I don’t give a fuck my n-gga/Just like your friend you gon’ bite the dust, n-gga/You ain’t ready to see some brains layin’ around the club.”

Whatever the case, YoungBoy clearly has some things to get off his chest ahead of the Colors mixtape. The project is expected to arrive on Friday (January 21). Until then, listen to “Know Like I Know” above.