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Lil Nas X hit with homophobic rant by rapper Boosie Badazz after joking the two were releasing song together

RAPPER Boosie Badazz launched a homophobic rant against Lil Nas X after the Old Town Road artist joked that the pair were collaborating on a new song.

Boosie extended his months-long beef with Lil Nas in a slur-filled tweet on Saturday afternoon.

"STOP TROLLING ME F****T LOL !! U A WHOLE B***H PLAYING WITH A GANGSTA," the Louisiana native rapper began his rant.

He went on to sling several homophobic slurs and urge Lil Nas to kill himself because "NOBODY WANTS YOU HERE."

The original tweet has been removed by Twitter for violating the site's community guidelines, however two other tweets apparently directed at Lil Nas are still visible.

"#thinkaboutit NOBODY WANTS U HERE !!" one reads.

The other states: "STOP PLAYING WITH THE STRAIGHT #F****T LOL."

The unhinged tirade followed an Instagram Live video in which Lil Nas joked that he was working with Boosie on a new tune.

The comment was meant as a joke as Boosie has made his hatred for Lil Nas clear several times in the past.

Lil Nas X appeared to indirectly address the ordeal with another joke.

"i am truly saddened. i have never been so mortified in my life," he wrote on Twitter.

"i can't believe disney channel has yet to play halloween town this entire october."

BOOSIE'S BEEF WITH LIL NAS

This is not the first time Boosie has gone after Lil Nas.

In July, the rapper called his rival "the most disrespectful motherf**ker in the world," along with several homophobic slurs, in an Instagram Live video.

He also threatened to "beat [Lil Nas's] a**' at the Video Music Awards.

Retweeting Young's post, Lil Nas wrote: "Saying he will 'beat my f****t a**' is not what we meant by freedom of speech."

Boosie called Lil Nas out again in August on the radio show The Breakfast Club, saying: "I gotta speak up because as far as straight people in the world, you don’t have any opinion no more on sexuality. Everything is harm. If you say anything — ‘I’m straight, I like women’ — it's vulgar to, you know.”

Boosie added: “...I was like all these straight people in the world, all these millions of kids gonna watch this, and ain’t no straight rapper gonna say, ‘Nah, we don't want you on that TV.’

“If you were trying to raise them, would you be cool with sitting there and trying to watch Nas X go up there and take his clothes off? If you do, Charlamagne [one of the radio hosts], you're part of the problem.”

Boosie launched yet another attack last month after Lil Nas X unveiled his latest album cover, which features him pregnant.

"Nas X WTF you just don't stop. I think he's going to turn around and suck one of his background dancers' d**k on national TV," Boosie Badazz replied on Twitter.

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