This is the first time either rapper has spoken on the rumored beef, which can be traced back to the beginning of both their careers, when fans would often compare the two artists' musical and sartorial styles. Sometimes, fans would even get the two mixed up, as this video from 2015 shows.
But then the beef seems to be reignited after Rocky's freestyle at Rolling Loud in New York last weekend where he seems to reference the Scott comparisons.
“Please don’t compare him and me / You offending me / This ain’t a diss and we ain’t enemies / They concerned with making hits, I’m more concerned with making history.”
Rocky's Twitter feed is now full of fans asking him to "prove" that the beef is over — if it ever actually started — by dropping collaborative projects. Find a fraction of the reactions below.
On this week's episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by Treis Hill and Rob Cristofaro, partners-in-crime at Alife, who are on to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the New York City-based lifestyle, street, and skatewear brand.