Last night Young Thug and YFN Lucci found themselves scheduling the game's first slap-off, with pointed threats coming from either side. Though Thug has been targeted by no shortage of rap challengers, he appears willing to take things beyond wax where Lucci is concerned. Threatening to "slap the s**t out his lil bum ass," Thug warned Lucci that it was on sight upon their next meeting. The slap-happy rapper was met with taunts from Lucci, who went so far as to drag Jerrika Karlae into the mix. Suffice it to say, the open palms will fly. 

During the volley of projectile threats, Sauce Walka watched from afar with a disapproving glare. His own disdain for Young Thug is no secret. Walka previously boasted that "no man in a dress can fade him," before threatening the possibility of actual punches, should they ever cross paths. Now, Walka has once again made Thug the object of ridicule, offering a judgemental take on Thugger's boxing technique. In fact, the Sauce King appears to have revisited the narrative of dress-superiority, as told through an imaginative combination of emojis and the hashtag "SLAP."

All things considered, tension is brewing, and it would be a shame to see this one escalate to a point of no return. Yet Sauce Walka doesn't seem ready to let Young Thug out of his crosshairs, and Thugger has never been one to back down from a confrontation. In matters of Sauce and Slime, which substance has more consistency?