Since 21 Savage's arrest by ICE officials on Sunday, February 3, things have been heating up between Chris Brown and Offset. It all started when Brown posted a meme to his Instagram, replacing 21 Savage's voice with British rapper/comedian Big Shaq's "Mans Not Hot" in a clip depicting the rapper's XXL Freshman cypher from 2016. Offset didn't find see the humor in it, commenting "Memes ain’t funny lame."

Soon after, Chris Brown responded to the comment with caps lock mostly on, enticing Offset to fight him.

Offset also took to Twitter earlier this week to call out those who were making light of 21 Savage's possible deportation.

Now, in a recent Instagram Stories post, Offset went off at Chris Brown, pointing to his past domestic violence and saying he was going to "smack the shit out of" Brown.

There was some more back and forth between the rappers, with Brown sharing screenshots of what he claimed were direct messages between him and Offset. At one point, Brown gives Offset his address so that they could settle their disagreement in person, writing "run me my fade stop actin pussy."

Chris Brown has also been mocking Offset's appearance on Instagram, likening him to fictional characters Pootie Tang and A Pimp Named Slickback from animated series The Boondocks.

This isn't the first time the rappers have had beef between them. At the 2017 BET Awards, a physical altercation nearly took place when Migos member Quavo was linked to Brown's ex, Karrueche Tran.

What do you think of the beef? Sound off in the comments below.

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