Southside has a message for CashMoneyAP.

On Saturday (May 10), the 808 Mafia producer called out the Lil Skies “Nowadays” producer on Instagram, though the origins of their issues aren’t exactly clear. In a since-deleted post with a photo of AP, Southside warned him that a conversation needed to be had immediately.

“Some body tell this bitch ass nigga the mob ain’t the one @cashmoneyap,” Southside wrote. “Can’t wait to see you in person have the same energy u thought I wouldn’t find out all the side popping u be doin check in ASAP.”

AP didn’t appear to reply directly, but a post he shared on Instagram shortly afterward could be viewed as a subliminal response.

“i’m making beats, wyd?” he wrote later that day with a photo of a Rolex and some equipment, seemingly unbothered.

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i’m making beats, wyd?

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Southside has never been once to mince words when he has an issue, which was on display when he called out Tory Lanez back in 2018. At the time, an old video had surfaced of Tory and Travis Scott nearly coming to blows, and Southside believed Tory himself leaked the footage to boost the sales for the album he released around the same time, Memories Don’t Die.

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“Aye, somebody tell that bitch-ass nigga Tory Lanez that shit out,” Southside said on Instagram Live at the time. “We want all the smoke, every bit of it, nigga … We don’t gotta do no hoe shit, nigga, to sell records, you bitch-ass nigga. Fuck outta here, nigga. Tell that bitch-ass nigga Tory Lanez to hit us, nigga.”

The issue was later resolved before it went deeper, so hopefully that will be the case here too.

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