After PnB Rock took aim at hip-hop's new generation, Rod Wave vowed to make his Florida travel all but impossible.
These days, it doesn't take much to incite a feud in the rap game -- especially with tools like Instagram Live, the perfect platform to stage an impromptu rant. Last night, PnB Rock decided to offer up a take on today's hip-hop generation, one that didn't exactly paint it in a positive light. "All these lil n****as albums n tapes be sad asf lil like all these lil mfs depressed smh I can't listen to this sh*t make me wanna go kill myself listenin to Dese sad ass Lil boys lol," he penned. "Lol like even when I was down to my last... down N Out...I was happier den dat I went out and got it never was sittin round feelin sad and depressed... That's for suckas new generation sh*t I guess."
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Though he didn't call out names, XXL FreshmanRod Wave took umbrage with PnB's stance, firing off a retaliatory take of his own. Evidently, it would appear that once was not enough, and Wave has since doubled down. In fact, he went so far as to threaten PnB during a heated IG Live session. "You gon' have to pay fifty-sixty thousand every time you come to Florida," he warns. "I don't care where the fuck you at. N***as gon hear about that. I'm gon give a n***a ten thousand on Cashapp if they see you in a mall, one of those pussy-ass rental cars you be riding around. You like to come around and get on jetskis and shit? Stop playing."
"You better get on this bitch and start talking with some sense," he continues. "N***a, I'm from Florida, do you know what pressure mean? Do you know what pressure mean? I gotta make it back home to my kid. That's pressure. You don't want to feel no pressure. I don't ever got to come to Philly, wherever you from. But you n***as love Florida. So you have to be mindful of what you go on the internet and say." He proceeds to state that he's open to talking or scrapping it out -- either one -- but maintains that words matter where he comes from. "You better be mindful," he continues. "I'm going to make it rough."
Clearly, this one has escalated quickly, and as of now, PnB has yet to respond to Wave's threats.