Travi$ Scott unveiled his new single "3500" featuring ATL's very own Future & 2 Chainz this week. While many applauded Travi$ for the trill effort, some weren't quick to praise the Houston rapper. Atlanta's OG Maco went on Twitter and severely criticized Scott for exploiting the Atlanta rap sound.

"What's impressive about an Atlanta record made by a non-Atlanta native, backed by two of the biggest artists and producers? Anyone?" questioned OG Maco.

The newly named XXL Freshman didn't stop bashing the Metro Boomin and Zaytoven-produced record. "I think it's more impressive that the real Atlanta youth is making major strides without co-signs and stacked teams. We empower each other," he said.

"Y'all get mad at because yall too p---- to say what you think and I think it's hilarious," continued Maco.

The "U Guessed It" rhymer did give respect to Scott's for being "one of the most amazing performers of our time," but does OG Maco have a point? He finished his rant with a solid statement: "One day the internet will learn the difference between peer criticism and hate."

Maco is slated to drop his debut album, Children of Rage, later this year, while Scott's Rodeo arrives this summer.

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