The release of JAY-Z’s album 4:44 on June 30 has brought out a number of celebs. After name-dropping Eric Benet and calling out Prince’s former attorney Londell McMillan, the two took to social media to respond. Now, Boosie Badazz become the latest person to respond to the album, even though his name wasn’t mentioned.

Boosie seemed to take offense to a lyric in JAY-Z’s "The Story of O.J." where he raps, “Y’all on the Gram holdin’ money to your ear / There’s a disconnect, we don’t call that money over here.”

Boosie obviously felt some type of way, as the Louisiana rapper called out Jay for the lyric on Instagram.

“In Louisiana, his words don’t fly,” Boosie said. “If you’re trying to get JAY-Z money, you shouldn’t put stacks to your ear. JAY-Z don’t tell me what to do. I don’t know about ya but he doesn’t tell me what to do.”

The rapper went on to say that holding money to your ear is a Louisiana trend that isn’t going to stop. But Boosie’s comments didn’t stop there.

“He’s not a god to me… If he tell you to stop wearing Jordans, you gonna stop wearing Jordans?" he asked.  "Most of y’all just d--- riding.”

But after all his comments, Boosie revealed he would still love to work with Jay.

“Your words don’t move me. I’d love to do a record with you too but your words don’t move me, homie.”

Check the video out below.

Worst to Best: Every JAY-Z Album Ranked


More From TheBoombox