Lil Yachty Tells Shia LaBeouf to ‘Stick to Acting,’ Not Phased by J. Cole’s Alleged Diss Either
It seems like everyone is coming for Lil Yachty. Actor Shia LaBeouf threw a couple of shots at him during his freestyle for Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. In addition, J. Cole may have aimed a few bars at Lil Boat on his song “Everybody Dies.”
TMZ caught up with Lil Yachty at LAX and when asked about LaBeouf’s diss he laughed it off. "Stick to acting," he said.
"It was a joke to me," he added. "It's all a joke. I feel like he's way too serious. Have fun."
LaBeouf first dissed Drake and Lil Yachty on his Sway in the Morning freestyle last month and sent more shots at the Georgia rapper with his The Breakfast Club freestyle.
"This a murder, this is tragedy, man / He’s like Lil' Romeo meets Raggedy Anne / Sorry kids, I got hard with this...Yachty don't know Notorious / Story is, he’s sort of s---," he raps.
Meanwhile, J. Cole's blistering track "Everybody Dies" has everyone talking, particularly, with this line, “I hate these rappers / Especially the amateur-eight-week rappers / Lil Whatever, just another short-bus rapper."
Fans have suggested that the North Carolina rhymer was talking about Lil Yachty and Lil Uzi Vert both of whom have been criticized for their less-than-stellar lyrical abilities.
During an interview on Los Angeles' Power 106FM, when asked how he felt about J. Cole's diss, Yachty simply said, "I don't give a f---."
Well, at least he has a good attitude about it.
Watch Lil Yachty's TMZ interview above and his reaction to J. Cole's diss below.