If it's spicy beef you're in need of, look no further. Rich the Kid has taken to Instagram to share a preview of an upcoming Lil Uzi Vert diss track. "“Your money getting shorter,” Rich spits with venom in reference to Uzi's track "Money Longer." Listen to a snippet of the song below.

The Rich/Uzi feud was ignited in January when Rich lashed out at one of Uzi's tweets bashing rapper-run labels. See their exchange below.

Rich the Kid is set to unveil his debut album proper The World Is Yours on March 30. Lil Uzi is also cooking up new music, most recently appearing on "Bankroll," a collaboration with Playboi Carti.

In other music news, Rocky Banks has shared a hilarious new visual for his single "Dopeman." Watch it right here.

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