Lil B and Post Malone
10.7.2017

Lil B Blasts Post Malone in Twitter Tirade

The Based God takes on Posty. Lil B voiced his thoughts on Post Malone in a lengthy stream of consciousness Twitter tirade about race, rap, and country.

The rapper, who’s amassed 1.43 million followers on the platform, started with a message about dark shin, mental health, and the effects of slavery, before he addressed white rappers he respects.

“Beastie boys seemed authentic !!! And pushed the culture forward!!!!!!! I love y’all brothers! White skin red heart we family,” he tweeted. “Shouts out to Mac miller also he is a red heart human brother who may feel as if he is white on the outside ! He’s a real one love! Only person who was white and seemed to keep it real to everyone is Eminem !!!! He a older white dude now but he legit ! Love u.”

From there, The Based God shifted his attention to Miley Cyrus and Post Malone. “Even Miley Cyrus was like fuck this black peole shit I’m tapping in with my white country family,” he wrote. “Started crying about rap lol. Post Malone is slowly turning into a white dude! Lol he’s pushing, it give it a few years he gon be full country and hate blacks lol.”

Posty responded by asking whoever was running the account to die. “this is not lil b nerd,” he tweeted. “Die.”

After confirming that he was the one tweeting, Lil B went back to his thoughts on Malone, discrediting him as a hip-hop artist, calling him a “fake ass Rick Rubin.” He also referred to him as French Toast Malone, and claimed that he makes “country western music” and not hip-hop. “it’s ok brother,” he added. “We support u anyway!!! U platinum! Good job.”

Later, The Based God lamented that this feud may have hurt his career, before commenting on Malone’s body type. “Dammit now I can’t get a French toast post Malone feature in 2017 and he runs the industry,” he wrote. “Damn man! I need a hit record! Post Malone thick as fuck no homo we going to see him rap white iverson in booty shorts! He may bring out the bentley ! He famous!”

Despite the back-and-forth, it seemed Lil B wasn’t too upset with Malone. “I said a harmless joke about my brother post Malone about leaving hip hop to go country and he told me to go die,” he added. “smh love him still.” He also deleted a portion of the Twitter rant, saying that he felt “bad” about the jokes.

But Malone continued to dispute the legitimacy of the account. “it ain’t lil b, lil b don’t say no hateful shit like,” he tweeted. “don’t give this hacker no attention.”

Lil B and Post Malone have collaborated in the past. The pair teamed up with Gucci Mane and RiFF RAFF on “Embarrassed” off Guwop’s East Atlanta Santa.