In footage of the confrontation, Uzi pulls up on Rich, who is surrounded by a barricade of his crew.
"What we doing?" Uzi asks.
"I'm trying to find out, you jumped out the car," either Rich or a member of his posse responds off camera.
"It don't matter. Why you acting crazy? I don't got nothing to say, bro. Let's do it," Uzi replies.
A second video shows the two fighting inside a Starbucks. The two crews pack the establishment as things get physical between the rappers. Uzi and a few members of his crew appear to swing at Rich, who then jumps over the service counter to avoid the punches. The video ends after that, so it’s unclear if the fight continued or if anyone got hurt.
Rich later went on social media to comment on the incident, according to XXL, showing off that he was unscathed. "Ni***s pulled up and did what? Did what?" he questioned.
Rich is the driving force behind most of the continued beef, dropping his diss track "Dead Friends," and later an accompanying video that shows an Uzi look-alike getting jumped by Rich's crew. After jumping the fake Uzi, Rich is seen burying him alive. Besides the video, Rich has been adamant about keeping this beef afloat in a number of other ways. "Fuck that n***a Lil Uzi, man," he recently said during a live performance. "Fuck that n***a Uzi. We big boss shit."
He also released a remix of Three 6 Mafia’s “Who Run It” track, which includes several disses aimed at his former friend.
In return, Uzi is definitely not feeling Rich, and took shots at him on "Rich Forever Leaked." Still, the "XO TOUR Llif3" rapper doesn’t seem to be losing any sleep over it. "Bless Rich The Kid and his whole family and stuff," he told reporters last month.