Lil Uzi Vert isn't biting his tongue.
On Thursday night, the Philadelphia rapper took to Twitter to share a quick message of gratitude—specifically thank his family for remaining by his side throughout the years. "I say Family because all the fans left along time ago. Only Family Stays so if you stayed I’m Thankful For U," he wrote, before teasing his long-awaited Eternal Atake album. "... We Gonna Party so Hard In No Time #EA I LOVE YOU I SWEAR TIMES JUST BEEN CRAZY IM OKAY NOW :)"
Moments later, Uzi sent out a tweet aimed at DJ Drama, who signed the rapper to his Generation Now imprint about four years ago.Uzi referred to Drama as "broke" and suggested the music exec needed him to release a project so he could pay his bills.
Uzi and Drama have had a rocky relationship over the past couple of years. During that time, the former has expressed regret for ever signing with the label, while the latter has been accused of blocking Eternal Atake's release—allegations he has denied.
But Drama wasn't Uzi's only target. The Luv Is Rage artist quickly turned his direction toward Generation Now co-founder Don Cannon. This tweet, however, was much more passive aggressive.
When asked if he was on "good terms" with Playboi Carti, Uzi responded by saying they weren't.
NO— Uzi London 🌎☄️💕® (@LILUZIVERT) November 29, 2019
Uzi wasn't done. He went on to wish manager Leighton "Lakeshow" Morrison a happy Thanksgiving; advised producer Lyle LeDuff to get laid; and claimed he had lost his pet monkey, all thanks to Keef. He also revealed he does not speak to Kanye West, but is interested in attending a Sunday Service.
You can check out the other tweets below.
He is the reason I had 2 finish the album he said my beats didn’t hit hard enough @tylerthecreator— Uzi London 🌎☄️💕® (@LILUZIVERT) November 29, 2019