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Roddy Ricch's viral hit “The Box” hurtled to the top of both the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200 song and album charts this week, blocking Justin Bieber from the number one spot as he did so. And the Compton rapper (nor Twitter) isn't letting Bieber forget it.

Taking to Twitter, Ricch threw a little playful shade at Bieber and his plan to boost his new single Yummy” to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In a since deleted post, Bieber had asked his international fans to help rig the charts by downloading a VPN, setting it to America, and playing it during their sleep.

Unlike Bieber, Ricch begged nobody to listen to his track — it blew up thanks to an infinitely meme-able hook and a massive TikTok following. And it's that point he mocks in his celebratory tweet below.

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Check out Twitter's reaction to Ricch's victory over Bieber below.

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And saw the poetry in the situation

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Bieber has since congratulated Ricch, but Twitter isn't buying it.

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And it doesn't look like "The Box" shows any sign of slowing down yet.

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Even if no one knows what he's saying.

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