The tension between Young Thug and Sauce Walka rose back to the surface yesterday. Clearer heads will undoubtedly trace the animosity back to comments muttered by Sauce Walka at the beginning of the month. Using Instagram as a mouthpiece for the umpteenth time, Walka would chastise Thugger for using the expression "slime" without reaching for consent. This wouldn't be the first time Walka has subjected himself to conflict situation over proper accreditation if you'll recall.

While Sauce Walka's numerous claims towards authenticity are largely merit-based, most observers would agree, Young Thug popularized the usage of the word Slime in this current era of mainstream rap, even if he didn't coin it himself, none of which seems pertinent now that both he and Thugger have gone the route of muttering violent threats, one after the other. 

Without placing himself in the line of contact, Sauce Walka jumped on social media in criticizing a video of Thugger putting on a flimsy display of his boxing skills, seemingly in preparation for a tussle with YFN Lucci.

In doing so, Sauce Walka gained leverage he desired in re-igniting the cause, although at this point, neither he or Thugger were tabling a discussion over slang. All within the same 24-hour window, Thugger jumps on Instagram, telling Sauce Walka he'll slap him and YFN Lucci over the same warning signs if they came too close. In turn, Walka ushered the same threats, but in his video pronouncement, he went about emasculating the YSL rapper, by mutilating his pseudonym several times over. It's all documented in the video atop the page.