For some context, this moment—captured below—comes after Lil Mosey told his fans during an Instagram Live session to refrain from bringing up Tecca in the future.
"Fuck Tecca," he said at the time, responding to a fan's mention of possibly collaborating. "Don't ever bring his name up in my [Instagram Live] one more time."
Previously, Mosey is believed by many fans to have indirectly called out Tecca in an Instagrammed freestyle in which he mentions someone who "stole his rhymes."
Back in September, Lil Tecca's We Love You Tecca project—featuring the aforementioned "Ransom"—debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 album chart. The debut mixtape also features a remix of Ransom featuring recent Yellowcard lawsuit recipient Juice WRLD.
Mosey, meanwhile, is set to release his debut studio album Certified Hitmaker Friday Nov. 8. The 14-track project features collabs with Trippie Redd and AJ Tracey, as well as the Gunna-assisted single "Stuck in a Dream."