While some of Lil B's loyal supporters appreciate his rhymes so much they thank him by offering the off-beat Berkley, Calif. rapper their girlfriends, Gary, Ind. rapper Freddie Gibbs is not a fan. Performing at Southpaw in Brooklyn, N.Y. on Wednesday (April 27), Gibbs, who recently signed with Young Jeezy's CTE imprint took a moment to distance himself from Lil B's movement.

"No f--- s---. This ain't no Lil B, BasedGod or no f---ing f----t s--- like that up here," Gibbs announced between songs, a likely reference to Lil B's controversial new album title 'I'm Gay.' "What the f--- you thought this was? N---- this is real rap, n----. BasedGod get the f--- outta here n----. Miss me with that gay s---, n----," Gangsta Gibbs continued, before launching into his menacing truck-rattler 'Face Down.'

Immediately following the show, Gibbs tweeted to explain his stance on Lil B, claiming he doesn't have beef, he's just opinionated. "I don't have beef wit nobody," he wrote. "I just have an opinion, and ain't none of y'all keyboard gangstaz gon approach me about it in person. Thanks." Gibbs, who officially signed with Young Jeezy's Corporate Thugz Entertainment earlier this month, has criticized Lil B's 'I'm Gay' album title and his antics, in the past, claiming Lil B's act is "like a minstrel show."

"[The] Lil B s--- was funny at first but now I feel like it's just a bunch of white people laughing at a n----, like a minstrel show," he told XXL. "S--- is wack. I ain't dissin' gays, if you gay that's yo biz."

Lil B has yet to respond to Gibbs. He has reportedly received death threats since announcing the title of his new album 'I'm Gay.'

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