Young Thug isn't interested in fucking with anyone who doesn't fuck with 21 Savage, which is completely understandable. Wednesday, Thugger tweeted this fact at Savage and stacked up tens of thousands of retweets in the process.

Savage hit Thugger with a quick response, making a reasonable inquiry about his Instagram following habits.

Though Thugger then vowed to fix this unfortunate mistake, he's still only following Future as of 1:56 p.m. ET. Bummer.

Extremely mild Instagram controversies aside, 21 Savage and Young Thug have a proven success rate with their recent collaborations. Last year, the two teamed up for Bankroll Mafia's debut album cut "I Want Her," as well as Meek Mill's DC4 track "Offended." Thugger also appeared on Savage's Issa Album earlier this year.

Both artists recently dropped new collaborative efforts. 21 Savage joined Offset and Metro Boomin for the surprise-released Without Warning in October, while Young Thug linked with Future for Super Slimey. By now, you should know damn well we did a song-by-song investigation of both projects to determine whether they stack up against Watch the Throne.