"That's what you came with, n*gga? Fuck outta here," he yelled into his phone camera.
Don Q told Tory to stick to songs and come back with a proper response.
"Just rap, boy," he wrote on his Instagram Story.
For a little bit of backstory, Tory Lanez said that he was the "best rapper alive" on Twitter.
"IM THE BEST RAPPER ALIVE RIGHT NOW ...... I WILL BODY ANY OF YALL N*GGAS OUT! PERIOD," he wrote. "And for anybody denying what I’m saying ... that’s cool.. just remember your favorite rapper wouldn’t step up the last time. BECAUSE N*GGAS IS AFRAID OF THIS WORK."
Lanez said that rappers like Pusha T and J. Cole were afraid to go toe-to-toe with him. And while it might seem like unnecessary posturing to generate headlines, Lanez insists that the "best rapper" mentality is how he is going to push himself to become the most successful artist on Earth.
"I will become the biggest artist in the world one day. I will also be known as the best artist at all aspects of my craft," he said. "I don’t care if u doubt me now. You will see for yourself in due time."
Don Q objected to Lanez' self-hype, saying on "Joyner" that Lanez' best bars were lifted from him.
"You told me that you watched my freestyle hundreds of times/Guess that's why you sound like me in a couple of lines," he rapped. "You said 'Memories don't die'/My memory don't lie/You literally went up there and mimicked me the whole time."
Lanez has yet to respond with bars of his own. Don Q posted a clip of the intro to The First 48, presumably to let Lanez know he's waiting.