Do not, under any circumstances, attempt to slander Lil B on Twitter. Even if you don't tag Lil B, Lil B will find your disparaging remarks and Lil B will respond accordingly.

Shooter star Omar Epps compared the BasedGod to boxer Jeff Horn last week, saying that Horn's call to square off against Floyd Mayweather is like Lil B "calling out Kendrick to battle."

Four days later, Lil B responded by telling Epps he was a "way better actor" than him:

Lil B fans didn't let the comment go unchecked either, swarming Epps with calls for the BasedGod's continued protection against nefarious tweets:

Some have called for Lil B to refrain from initiating one of his signature curses on Epps, as he knows not what he does:

Speaking of curses, Epps let the world know on Wednesday that he's actually more of a god guy than a curse guy:

To be fair, Lil B arguably is god. Do with that information what you will.


Last month, Lil B graciously lifted his curse on Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden. "I apologize to James Harden," Lil B tweeted before making the end of the curse official. "I'm ready to talk and end the curse... it's time to talk and be the leader everyone believes you are [sic]." Lil B later appeared on First Take, with his curse lifting rightfully designated as "breaking news."

As for Epps' Lil B x Kendrick comment, this 2015 tweet is probably worth pointing out:

Indeed. Thank you, BasedGod.