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Two Bay area rappers went back and forth on Twitter addressing police brutality and role of Black people during this time. Lil B the Based God and Guapdad 4000 exchanged words on Twitter before jumping on the phone and ending their short lived beef.

The beef started after Guap was seemingly triggered by a criptic tweet by Lil B that started off saying “police ain’t never jumped me but blacks did…” giving the implication that more of the onus of police brutality was on Black people.

Lil B was referring to being jumped by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and PNB Rock’s crew at Rolling Loud Festival in Florida 3 years ago. Guapdad responded to Lil B’s tweet trying to understand what he meant.

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Based God responded to Guap’s tweet with aggression telling the Oakland native to mind his business.

“As hard as I got [sic] for you and say you influenced me that’s all you gotta say,” Guap tweeted at Lil B. “I got jumped by black people too? Black people that work for a white man? I’m not dragging them in this? And if you tweet it… it’s just not your business anymore? Fasho Bruh.”

After Guap’s tweet, it seems the two jumped on the phone to discuss the issue and swiftly squashed it to unify.

See the full back and forth below.