Joe Budden has seemingly responded to KXNG Crooked‘s “serious question” about his hatred for Logic.

Crooked took to Twitter on Friday (March 10) to ask his followers why his former Slaughterhouse collaborator Budden dislikes Logic’s music so much when there are other rappers he feels are worse than him.

“Why does dude hate Logic’s music so much? Serious question,” he tweeted, adding: “It’s some rappers I wish would retire waaaaaayyy before Logic.”

Without naming any names, Joe Budden jumped on Twitter the following day to call people out for “hopping on his dick” and using him for attention.

“A lot of ppl that swore to y’all they would hop off my dick have yet to do so,” he wrote. “Men that i don’t mention at all & never will. If you ‘don’t like me’ you should stop liking the attention you get when you say my name… Stand on your own and be a man… for a change.”

When someone asked Budden to name names, he replied: “Not even worth the headache.”

Joe Budden begged Logic to retire on an episode of The Joe Budden Podcast last week following the Maryland rapper’s singing cover of Ice Cube’s “It Was a Good Day.”

“Logic, I beg of you, I’m pleading with you: please join me in retirement,” he said. “Never step near a recording device again! Throw your phone in the ocean! Be allergic to microphones! Promise your fans nothing! Don’t go to the studio ever again! You are the worst, yo! You are really, really bad!”

Joe Budden 'Cooks' Peter Rosenberg Over Logic 'Retirement' Rebuttal

Joe Budden 'Cooks' Peter Rosenberg Over Logic 'Retirement' Rebuttal

Logic responded to critics of his polarizing cover while revealing he received the support of none other than Ice Cube himself.

“Everybody’s all pissed off at me because I did a fucking Ice Cube cover,” he said in a TikTok video on Sunday (March 12). “Meanwhile, I texted Ice Cube and he’s like, ‘Man, keep on doing you brother.’ Like what the… who gives a fuck. Who gives a fuck.”

Logic released his first independent album College Park in February with features from RZA, Redman, Bun B, Joey Bada$$ and others.