For the second lyrics-related apology of this most unholiest of days, Lil Pump has addressed the criticism surrounding this line on his recently teased "Butterfly Doors" track:

Smokin' on dope (damn)

They call me Yao Ming cos my eyes real low (Ching Chong)

"I came here to tell you guys that I seen the whole thing going on on the internet and all that and I came here to tell you for my part that I'm sorry and I apologize for posting that," Pump said in a special holiday message to fans on Instagram Tuesday. "It was not my intention to hurt nobody or do none of that, deadass. I got Asian homies, you know, I fuck with everybody. I ain't got nothing against nobody. It's all love. I want everybody to have a merry Christmas and spread love and positivity."

 

HAPPY HOLLIDAYS SPREAD LOVE ❤️

A post shared by @ lilpump on Dec 24, 2018 at 7:55pm PST

Pump had become the subject of several disses in recent days, including from Li Yijie. "Not only were the lyrics insulting, he made the face gesture, the whole package," the artist, also known as Pissy, told the South China Morning Post earlier this month"It means that he understood what it meant—understood that it is discriminatory language." 

Li Yijie also released a track titled "Fuck Lil Pump." Additional Pump-targeting disses arrived via Lil Andy, Viito, PG One, AnsrJ, and more.