Lil Gotit isn’t feeling Gunna’s return to social media, in which he paid tribute to the late Lil Keed while pledging his allegiance to Young Thug and YSL.

Gotit fired back at Gunna with a couple of subliminal posts to his Instagram Story on Tuesday (January 10), seemingly responding to the DS4Ever rapper who recently regained his freedom last month after taking a plea deal in the YSL RICO Case.

“R.I.P KEED ILY & IMY TWIN,” Gunna wrote on Twitter earlier Tuesday in his first post on the social media platform since last October.

LilGotit — the brother of Lil Keed, who died last May — looks to have thought Gunna was referencing him and even unfollowed the “Drip Too Hard” rapper on Instagram.

“N-ggas needa stop that cap,” Gotit wrote, before adding in a follow-up Story: “Don’t call me Twin.”

Gunna also returned to Instagram on Tuesday, sharing a photo of him sat next to a home studio set-up seemingly plotting his comeback. In his caption, he called for the freedom of Young Thug and Yak Gotti while also referencing YSL as a record label.

“N-ggas acting like they switching to a side But it’s only one side,” he wrote. “#YslTheLabel #FreeThug&Yak GUNNA BACC!!!!!”

6ix9ine was quick to call out Gunna for referring to YSL as a label when he acknowledged it was a gang in court as part of his plea deal.

“In court you said it was a gang here on IG u saying the label,” the rainbow-haired rapper commented on the post. “Lol u can’t make this shit up.”

However, Gunna’s Alford plea involved him admitting to the judge that YSL was both “a music label and a gang.”

6ix9ine Called Out By Lil GotIt For Disrespecting Late YSL Rapper Lil Keed

Gunna pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge on December 14 and was released from jail after being given a four-year sentence with one already served in prison. The rest of his sentence will be served in the form of 500 hours of community service.

Jury selection is currently underway in the YSL trial, which could be a lengthy process with 14 defendants and 300 potential witnesses expected to be called on. The Fulton County court system warned the trial could possibly even take six to nine months to reach its conclusion.