(AllHipHop News) Joe Budden may really be getting under Troy Ave’s skin.
The two East Coast rappers have been exchanging jabs at each other over the last few weeks.
Troy even dissed Budden on his song “Truth Be Told PSA” off his recent NuPac project, and he went on to suggest Budden is leeching off DJ Akademiks for their Everyday Struggle show.
At the end of Thursday’s episode of the Complex News series, Budden fired back at “Boy Ave” by claiming NuPac only sold around 830 copies.
“Rest in peace Troy Ave’s career,” said Budden.
That led to Troy jumping on Instagram with a message directed at the Slaughterhouse member.
The Brooklyn native wrote:
#PressSpray #ThisSh-tWackLikeAJoeBuddenTrack “Rappin podcaster and a d-ck eater, tryna see how the balls taste, Ask ya chick she in a vid lickin my face” 😂 don’t beat her up man, u shouldn’t put ya hands on a women & we know u be on some emotional beat a b-tch then take mad pills Tryna OD u fukin Junky! … difference wit me is all my raps is real! the #FakeOnes said I sold 800 copies of a mixtape that i dropped for free 🤔 all that means is I made an unexpected $7,000 I might use the free money to buy some patio furniture 4 my pool with the water fall 🏊 Y’all haters gotta come better u already tried that 1😂😂😂 u can’t assassinate my character y’all too weak and us #TheRealOnes is too strong we gettin even stronger!
While NuPac is available on free download sites such as My Mixtapez and Datpiff, the project can also be purchased on iTunes and streamed on Apple Music, Tidal, and Spotify.
Albums sales could be a touchy subject for Troy since he was widely ridiculed when his 2015 indie album Major Without A Deal reportedly only sold 7,000 units in the first week of release.
At the time, Troy claimed that number as a victory and even stated he was “the people’s champ.”