About three weeks ago, Lil Xan sat down for a lighthearted interview with Revolt where he ranked a list of people, items, and songs from 1-9 based on "clout" for their appropriately-titled "On Clout 9" segment. 

In the midst of ranking everything from net neutrality (which got a 1 because "I don't even know what that is") to face tats (8, dinged a point because "too many people are getting them") to Beethoven (9, "he made beautiful music"), the rapper was asked to rate 2Pac. The late icon merited a 2, and Xan called Pac's music "boring." You can see for yourself at the 1:45 mark, below.

After criticism from that sit-down and an occasionally contentious—but ultimately fine—interview at Hot 97, Xan announced he was done with interviews because he didn't want "these companies" to use him to "further there shit [sic]."

No more interviews

— LIL XAN (@lilxanfuhyobih) March 5, 2018

I love my fans to death but I can’t let these companies keep taking advantage of me and using me to further there shit,it’s fucked

— LIL XAN (@lilxanfuhyobih) March 5, 2018

And yes I still don’t know the difference between there and their 😂

— LIL XAN (@lilxanfuhyobih) March 5, 2018

But Xan's retirement from interviews apparently didn't come quickly enough for Waka Flocka. On Tuesday night, Waka tweeted that Xan was "banned from hip hop" for his Pac slander. "Pac help[ed] me get through childhood!" he explained.

LiL Xan banned from hip hop

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

GoD of Rap, Hip Hop, etc Tupac Shakur!!!

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

Pac help me get thru childhood!!! Shit hurt to see the youth disrespect man that paved the way for all of us literally... I hope nobody overlook me accomplishments when I leave 👤

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

Respect is everything, never forget that.

— Waka Flocka (@WakaFlocka) March 7, 2018

Later, the rapper soon to be called "Diego" responded to Waka's comments. "Lil Xan's not going anywhere," he said on Instagram. "Sorry. You gotta look at this ugly face for a lot longer, guys."