In the wake of Logic's most recent release, Bobby Tarantino II, the rapper's fans assumed "Yuck" was a diss song directed at Joyner Lucas. It initially seemed as if the formerly one-sided beef was finally getting a response after all the taunts and disses from Lucas. However, in an interview with Hard Knock TV, Logic confirmed that "Yuck" isn't actually a diss directed at anyone in particular.

"It's not a diss song. If it was a diss song, I'd say somebody's name... this is probably the closest [I'm] ever going to have," Logic explained. "I would never do that. It's not who I am. This is the closest I would ever [get to] diss the entire industry that talks shit about me. Every single person in one, that's it. I would never focus on one person, or one thing or one that because I feel sorry for anyone who would try to beef with me. It's like, what's the point? It's funny to me. Me and my homies, we just clown, like, I don't even know any of these people."

The part in "Yuck" that many pointed to as evidence of a response, saw Logic rap, “Talkin’ shit ’bout Logic, I never respond/I’ll let success talk, ’cause a word of advice/More achievements for yourself and less talk/ Cats beef with Logic, yeah, they prayin’ I respond/ If I ever did, I dead you in this game with no respawn.”

Logic continued in the interview, "It's so crazy to me... at the end of the day I'm just going to be me and be honest." Lucas has been beefing with Logic ever since their whole ordeal around Tech N9ne's "Sriracha," which Lucas said Logic handed in a "wack verse" for. He also called Logic "corny" and accused him of ripping him off with the track "1-800-273-8255."

Recently, Logic confirmed his separation from wife Jessica Andrea. Lucas took to Twitter to write, "Her and bobby Valentino are really done?"

He's since deleted the tweet.