JAY-Z’s 4:44 wasn’t the only rap album that dropped on Friday (June 30). Former G-Unit member Young Buck released his new project 10 Toes Down on the same day as well. But the Tennessee rapper is accusing Hov of stealing his shine.

On Friday (June 30), Buck went on his Instagram page to send a message to JAY-Z. Apparently, he feels that Hov's 4:44 is overshadowing his project and he's asking him to ease up. “Next time you see me dropping an album, get out my way dude," he said. "I dropped too, n----. Get out my motherf---in way, Jay. Let a young n---- eat.”

It looks like Young Buck was only joking with his message, but the video left people on Twitter scratching their heads.

Some fans have never heard of the G-Unit soldier who made a big splash back in 2004 with "Shorty Wanna Ride." Other people found Buck's video laughable because they wasn't going to listen to his new project over JAY's album. In short, June 30 was JAY-Z's day.

"Wayment, is @youngbuck insinuating Jay stole his "shine" bruh!" tweeted one user. Another person wrote, "Young Buck tripping if he thought people were gonna listen to his album over Jay Z."

Check out people's reactions to Young Buck's video below.