In the past, Lil Wayne and Young Thug have had a complicated relationship that apparently started with Weezy snubbing the Atlanta rapper when they first met.

On Sunday (Dec. 27), a preview of an upcoming episode featuring Thugger on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast hosted by Gillie Da Kid and Wallo began circulating on the internet. During the interview, Young Thug details his initial meeting with Wayne.

"Man that nigga, the first day, that nigga didn't dap me up," Thug recalled. "[He] tried me. He tried my pimpin'. I'm feet hurt, I'm a real stepper. Don't do me like that. Man, that nigga left my pimpin' hanging. I'm like, he probably had some dark [shades], them Chrome Hearts on."

From there, Thug says the perceived disrespect continued. "Then it just kept going on and on and on. One time, I dapped him up, this how he dapped me," Thug added, giving an example of the stale handshake he got from Tune. "I'm like, 'Listen, bruh, I dap your hand again...I'm never touching your hand again.' Just off of that. Nigga, you tripping. I'm a player and I don't give no fucks. Nigga, I ain't no...ain't nothing ’bout me no groupie, no nothing. I'm just a real nigga. You inspired me."

Wayne and Thug definitely have not been the best of friends for the past few years as Thugger came into the Cash Money picture when Wayne was at odds with the label. Thugger added fuel to the fire in 2014, when he announced he would name his new album Tha Carter VI.

Wayne called out Thug on a few occasions and even allegedly threatened Thug with litigation over Tha Carter album name.

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