Well, Trick Daddy's mentions were definitely lit after the rapper went on a rant about Black women being replaced by "Spanish and White h--s.''
The emcee, who hasn't had a hit in God knows when, took to Instagram to let his followers know that "Black h--s better tighten up."
"These Spanish, these White h--s, they just started getting finer than a m---f---r," he said, adding that if Black women didn't "tighten up," they'd be replaced: "These Spanish and these White h--s getting very spiffy on ya'll. They f--k around and learn how to fry chick you h--s is useless."
Needless to say, Twitter went in and gave the world, quite possibly, the biggest roast of 2016.
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Dear Trick Daddy,— rachel castille (@rachelLcastille) October 26, 2016
We don't want you.
Just saw Trick Daddy's comments. pic.twitter.com/szL6rhbqrr— Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) October 25, 2016
I'm not going to address Trick Daddy's comments because as a beautiful and smart black woman, many things, including him are beneath me.— nasty woman (@Liberienne) October 26, 2016
I don't like what trick daddy said about black women at all. You are a product of a black woman, how could you fix yo mouth to say that— JayB! (@Royaljayyy) October 26, 2016
*Wraps up Trick Daddy in a bow & leaves him at the entryway to Caucasia*— Tora Shae (@BlackMajiik) October 25, 2016
Trick Daddy: "Black hoes need to tighten up before they lose they spot."— Khalil (@kbyrd2) October 25, 2016
My point remains, Trick Daddy's views on black women don't bother me because he's dusty and his hair uneven.— Steph Da 5'6 (@eleven8) October 25, 2016
After getting caught up on why Trick Daddy is trending pic.twitter.com/9bE21ygexo— MistyKnightsTwistOut (@Steph_I_Will) October 25, 2016
Trick Daddy said “Black Women aren’t achieving nothing” but… pic.twitter.com/CPkS42mx7g— 〽️ (@Med2Cold) October 25, 2016
@nuffsaidNY Yeah, he needs to have several seats. 🚫— Miss Wishom (@brwnbunni) October 25, 2016
Not sure why the "Let's Go" rapper and Love & Hip Hop: Miami cast member decided to go on this little rant. If he needed the attention, well, he most certainly got it.