Yo Gotti came through The Breakfast Club on Thursday morning to promote his about-to-drop album I Still Am

But before he could get to his new music, DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne tha God were full of questions about Gotti's fellow Memphis rapper Young Dolph.

Dolph and Gotti, in case you haven't been paying attention, have had tension for years. Gotti's protégé Black Youngsta was even investigated when Dolph was shot at in February. 

So when Dolph was shot again in Los Angeles last month, it was initially reported, though later debunked, that Gotti was a person of interest, and a longtime associate of the rapper was briefly arrested, then released.

In his interview, Yo Gotti denied there were any problems at all between him and Dolph. "I ain't got no issue," he said repeatedly.

"I don't think homie had no issue," he continued. "I think it's marketing. It ain't nothing real."

In the interview, Gotti criticized artists who use real-life events in their music to raise their profile. While he didn't mention Dolph by name, it was apparent who he was talking about since Dolph filmed his "Believe Me" video while in the hospital after being shot.

"You got some artists who want street credit," Gotti said. "Like, they market street credit. They take certain incidents and turn it into marketing to try and boost the sales. You don't never see me speaking on that. I'm trying to stay away from it."

At the 13:52 mark of the video above, Gotti takes out his phone and reads the last text he ever sent to Dolph, an encouraging message sent in August—August 2012, that is.

You can watch Gotti's whole Breakfast Club interview above.