Lil Xan was under the impression that he and Yung Bans were friends.
Lil Xan is one of the most universally despised rappers in the game. Since his comments on Tupac's clout levels, his stock has continued to sink. The artist admitted his album Total Xanarchy may have been rushed and, unlike many other rappers, Xan has been given a second chance to succeed with his upcoming Heartbreak Soldiers project. Appearing within the tracklist for Yung Bans' fourth self-titled tape, Diego was under the impression that he was friends with the Freebandz associate. However, from the looks of Bans' Twitter activity, he's not entirely down with Lil Xan anymore.
Whether his collaboration with Xan was just for the financial outcome or he simply switched up on him, Bans is not feeling the controversial California rapper at this time. Responding to a fan excited for Drake, Yung Bans and Lil Xan's releases this week, the "Lonely" artist simply wrote "Lil Xan" next to a vomiting emoji. Who knows? The two could simply be playing around but with the amount of slander surrounding Diego, it's possible there could be a beef brewing. Xan responded to the tweet in confusion, adding, "Last time I checked we were friends?why you tryna beef in a time like this when we going through a lot rn in rap,it’s all cool over here." You don't have to like him but, in this instance, Xan has a point. In such a volatile time after the murder of XXXTentacion, many have chosen to preach positivity to their peers so it's a little odd to see Yung Bans trying to start something.
Both artists are releasing projects this week. With Xan attempting to prove the community wrong about him and his music, Heartbreak Soldiers will be something to keep an eye on.