New York rapper Troy Ave‘s showing no chill on his rap feuds with various Big Apple artists. The Brooklyn native has once again fired shots at various rivals.

Troy went to Instagram this week to publicly taunt Casanova 2x, Young Lito and Mysonne.

Gmornin Ya'll … rise n grind #GODisGreat we blessed to wake up with good health now everything else is on ya self, #SpreadLuvAndDestroyHate✔️ no matter how much the media or people in general try and twist my words or assassinate my character or even me as a person, it won't work! My heart to pure, I'm too genuine & im too blessed + highly favored! they called Jesus a liar when he said he was the son of GOD they hated him too, but I'm here to show the world that righteousness & Truth will prevail over all negativity in the long run! My fan base growing I call y'all #TheRealOnes and I see y'all fighting the battle of #RealVsFake #HateVsLove with me & jus know I appreciate it and We Riding💯 here's more Raid 4 the Roaches and spread the word #NuPAC [💽Link in Bio] & its 🔥#TruthIsLight everything I say on my albums is #FACTo

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This week, Mysonne released his “Discipline” diss record aimed at Troy Ave.

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Earlier in the week, rapper Joe Budden said he would not entertain Troy’s NuPac disses.

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“Let me tell you something. My career would be over if I responded to him. Well, it is over. Number two, my girlfriend would never let me waste a bar on the likes of a Troy Ave.” (Complex)

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On the new “Press Spray” diss record, Troy takes direct aim at Budden’s personal life and career.

He starts things off by simply dissing Budden’s music, rapping, “Man this shit wack like a Budden track.” From there, he gets much, much more personal. “You a drug addict and a b*tch-beater/Rap podcaster and a d*ck-eater,” Troy raps in a quick-fire first verse. Throughout the rest of the song, Troy criticizes Budden for allegedly abandoning him once he was shot. (XXL Mag)