Taking a page out of Birdman’s playbook, Joe Budden has set up a store to sell merchandise related to his run-in with Drake fanboys.

If you recall, three teens decided to poke fun at the New Jersey rhymer by rapping Drake’s lyrics in front of his house. According to Budden, the pranksters were at his home all day harassing him. Finally, the Slaughterhouse rhymer had enough and chased after the teens. A video of the chase was posted on social media and the hundreds of memes that followed from the clip are hilarious.

Fans can now purchase T-shirts and hats featuring a silhouette of Budden chasing down the Drake fanboy at the rapper’s official webstore. The tees and hats retail for $30 apiece.

All of this stems from Budden's one-sided lyrical feud with Drake. The 35-year-old rapper has been delivering bars at Drizzy but hasn't gotten a proper response from him yet. The veteran rapper expressed his frustration on Charlamagne Tha God’s MTV2 show Uncommon Sense last week.

“Everything about Drake’s behavior is lame,” he said. “I’m aware I looks nuts. I’m just from a generation that doesn’t behave like that. I just expect if I’m rapping at someone for them to not DM me a bunch of soft stuff.”

Budden is referring to Drake’s DM’s, which Budden claims included a $10,000 bet that he couldn’t drop 25 diss songs.

Well, at least he can now capitalize on his rap feud with Drake.