Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz has social media buzzing over a critical 4:44 take. The hip-hop veteran has weighed-in on JAY-Z‘s “The Story Of O.J.” with some less than friendly words.

In a now-viral clip, Boosie salutes JAY’s business moves but says he can’t co-sign Young Hov scolding rappers for putting money stacks to their ears.

“That’s a thing we do. N*gga, JAY-Z’s not going to stop our culture in Louisiana. I don’t know about New York. I don’t know about other cities and things like that but Louisiana? But Louisiana? You know, his words are not born in Louisiana. What he says does not stop a movement, does not do anything in Louisiana. Not sh*tting on JAY, not sh*tting on the album, not doing none of that. Not sh*tting on JAY. JAY is a great businessman but it’s for y’all to say I shouldn’t put stacks to my ear because JAY-Z said it? He’s not my father. You know, he’s not my mentor. He didn’t raise me. I’m a grown a** man just like JAY-Z. People are still going to put stacks to their ear, I know in Louisiana they is.”

Sorry #JayZ, #Boosie is going to keep holding stacks to his ear

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Toward the end of “The Story of O.J.,” JAY-Z takes direct aim at rappers flexing on Instagram with their talking money.