A heated rivalry has kicked off between Young Dolph and Yo Gotti over who is truly the "king of Memphis."

According to HipHopDX, Dolph is accusing Gotti of calling the police on him and hiding behind his artist, Blac Youngsta, who has been threatening him with gun talk on social media. In addition, Dolph claims that Yo Gotti dissed Memphis rap legends Three 6 Mafia and 8Ball & MJG.

In a series of angry videos on Instagram, the 30-year-old rapper goes on a tirade referring to Yo Gotti as “Ho Gotti” and calling him a hater.

He would later post a photo of Three 6 Mafia and write, "These are Memphis Legends dat brought oscars back to da city," Young Dolph says, referring to the group's historic 2006 Oscar win for Best Original Song for "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp." He then added, "They started da club Krunk music.. I preciate y'all for opening the doors up for Memphis artist?.. BUT GUESS WHO STARTED THEY CAREER OFF BY HATIN ON THEM? LOL... He was broke, dat was da only way he could get people attention.. smh."

In another photo, Dolph posted a photo of 8Ball & MJG and claimed that Yo Gotti hated on them, as well. "Next, salute to these Memphis legends dat sold millions and always been on sum real s---.. Thanks for opening da doors up for Memphis artist.... BUT GUESS WHO HATED ON THEM TOO?" he wrote in the caption.

Yo Gotti has not responded to Dolph's accusations.

Hopefully, this rivalry will simmer down and the aforementioned artists can continue to rep Memphis in their own respective ways.

Watch Young Dolph's angry rants below.

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