It’s no secret that Yo Gotti and Young Dolph have some sort of an issue with each other. Things came ahead last month in Los Angeles when Dolph ran into Gotti’s crew and was shot at. On Thursday (Oct. 26), Gotti dropped by The Breakfast Club to explain his side of the beef.

According to the “Rake It Up” rapper, there’s is no beef to speak of. In fact, he thinks the feud is a marketing ploy created by Dolph.

"I ain't got no issue," he said. "I don't think homie had no issue. I think it's marketing. It ain't nothing real."

Although Yo Gotti doesn't mention Dolph by name, he did say that some rappers create drama just for street credibility.

"You got some artists who want street credit," he said. "Like, they market street credit. They take certain incidents and turn it into marketing to try and boost the sales. You don't never see me speaking on that. I'm trying to stay away from it."

While Yo Gotti may have a point, we don't think Young Dolph wants to get shot multiple times just to promote a mixtape. We are just saying.

However, Gotti did take out his smartphone and let Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne Tha God read a text message he sent to Dolph in August 2012(!) where he encouraged the young rapper to stay on his grind.

Watch the full The Breakfast Club interview above and Yo Gotti's message to Dolph below.

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