Akademiks continued his war of words with the popular Kollege Kidd blog on Monday (January 31) — despite one of the co-founders passing away last December. With no mercy, the media personality went in on the late Raysean Autry, accusing him of trying to “ruin” his business for years. But Raysean’s brother Rich Autry refuses to let Akademiks get the last word and went off on the former Everyday Struggle co-host in a flurry of tweets.

“.@Akademiks Lil ugly dude lol,” he began. “I know yo fat ass cry every time your hamster lookin ass look in the mirror. Keep my bro name out your mouth. You mad at life cause you get bullied on social media daily just like you got beat up and bullied for running your mouth growing up.”

In another tweet, Rich once again accused Akademiks of being a pedophile for previously asking a 15-year-old Bhad Bhabie (real name Danielle Bregoli) about her sex life. He included a clip from the infamous Twitch session along with the caption, “Fat A*s Pedo,” one of Ak’s biggest gripes about Kolleg Kidd’s commentary. During Akademiks’ latest tirade, he demanded a retraction from Kollege Kidd for calling him a “pedophile” while floating the possibility of taking legal action.

But judging by one of Rich’s more recent tweets, that’s not going to happen anytime soon. On Tuesday (February 1), he shared a 2017 clip of Vic Mensa on the now-defunct Everyday Struggle series.

“And I’m gonna tell you the truth,” Mensa says in the video. “I really think you a bitch,” looking straight at Akademiks. Rich simply tagged Ak in the post.

The back-and-forth between Kollege Kidd and Akademiks has been ongoing for years. Last November, Rich refused to recognize Akademiks’ “model of success,” which he said revolved around “making fun of dead black children and asking pedo questions to 15-year-old girls.”

He added, “Nah we good on our end. @akademiks only at where he at because he was d riding two media professionals with actual degrees in media and internships.”

But Akademiks blamed the Kollege Kidd brothers for their rift and suggested Raysean died due to the negativity he spread across social media.

“Kollege Kidd, one of y’all already, out of here,” he said. “I’m telling you right now, you see where your brother has went to, that’s the only place you’re going to go to if you’re overdosing on hate. Your brother didn’t die of COVID. He overdosed on hate. That’s a fact. I know this. Go check with all the medical examiners.

“Cause of death – overdosed on hate. I was willing to let it go. I got my little joint off. Y’all was going at me for years. Y’all tried to stop by business. Y’all tried to snitch on me. You tried to do everything. Couldn’t stop me. I was willing to let it go. Y’all caught COVID. I wouldn’t wish that on anybody.”

Akademiks Vs. Kollege Kidd: 'Your Brother Didn't Die Of COVID, He Overdosed On Hate'

Akademiks was also bewildered Raysean spent his “last moments in life” sending out tweets hating on Akademiks.

“I’m sorry to tell y’all that,” he added. “The last five breaths he took, I was on his mind. It’s very unfortunate. I gotta keep it 100 with y’all. Go look at his tweet. His last tweet, it say, ‘Fuck you Ak.’ It’s like the Grim Reaper is knocking at his door and he’s like, ‘Nah, hold up, let me get this off. Fuck you Ak!’ The Grim Reaper kicked that shit down and say, ‘Come on. You going with us.’ The last thing! The legacy of Kollege Kidd is nothing but a bunch of losers trying to hate on Akademiks.”

Raysean passed away in December 2021 after losing his battle with COVID-19. In an interview with The Sun, his brother PJ Taylor revealed Autry died from pneumonia induced by the virus.

“He had been hospitalized for at least a couple of weeks in Toledo, Ohio,” Taylor explained at the time. “He was 34 years old. We were blindsided by his death. We couldn’t even celebrate the holidays. His brother Rich is still in the hospital. They were on the same floor.”

While Rich has recovered, his clearly isn’t done with Akademiks. Check out some of his subsequent tweets below.