Machine Gun Kelly has some issues with The Fader and XXL, respectively. He says as much on his latest freestyle, "Champions," which finds him rapping over the classic Roc-A-Fella "Dream Team" instrumental.

MGK spits: "Yet and a couple people got a problem with me up hater magazine/ I mean Fader magazine, tell the journalist to suck what's in my sagging jeans/ Choke mothafucka choke, none of my fans opened up your magazine..."

Then he throws what could be perceived as a diss -- but probably isn't -- towards Kendrick Lamar.

"Charlemagne [Tha God] don't like me, what's his name won't fight me/ I'm a hype individual goddamnit hypebeast hype me/ Maybe cause I wasn't a good kid in a mad city like Kendrick/ I was just a little bad mothafucka begging landlords to be a tenant."

At the end of the accompanying video for the tune, an email from Fader Editor-In-Chief Matthew Schnipper is shown.

"It's difficult for me to foresee a time in which we will be featuring Machine Gun Kelly in The Fader," Schnipper writes.

Then a voicemail is played alerting Kelly that a XXL article on him has been pulled from magazine.

Getting slighted on coverage aside, we're not exactly sure Kelly has reason to beef.

The Ohio-bred MC performed at The Fader Fort at SXSW in 2011 and covered XXL's 2012 Freshman issue a year later.

Watch Machine Gun Kelly "Champions" feat. Diddy Video