A Boogie and his associates are not as forgiving as Lil TJay would have hoped. 

After sparking a beef with A Boogie and his Highbridge label, Lil TJay tried to bow out. Unfortunately for TJay, Don Q and Trap Manny weren't in the mood to entertain his plea. 

"U GOTTA STAND ON CERTAIN SHIT U SAY," Don Q wrote via his Instagram Stories on Monday. "NOT ACCEPTED." 

This was accompanied by a post from Trap Manny who demanded that Lil TJay issue A Boogie a public apology.

"WAT HAPPEN TO DAT ENERGY," Manny captioned the video. "GET YA MONEY N STAY OUT DA WAY. @liltjay LIKE I SAID WE NEED A PUBLIC APOLOGY FUCK U MEAN."

"Now when the pressure on n****s want to back off?" Trap Manny said in the clip. "Now n****s want to cop pleas and shit. Now it's all about the music. You cap, n***a."

Don Q and Trap Manny's comments are in response to Lil TJay's attempt to put out the fire he started. On Monday, Lil TJay claimed that he "ain't trying to argue with anybody" and that his main focus is his music.

"My fault for getting out of composure," the rapper said. 

But this half-hearted apology isn't enough to undo all the damage Lil TJay caused. Lil TJay initiated his feud with A Boogie when he dismissed Boogie en route to calling himself the King of New York. TJay then claimed that he almost had sex with the mother of A Boogie's child. 

If this wasn't enough, Lil TJay took things to the next level by flashing a Highbridge chain that he claimed to have snatched from one of A Boogie's associates. 

Up until then, Don Q and Trap Manny had been fielding Lil TJay's shots. But the sight of the chain forced A Boogie to explain how things actually went down. 

"One of the Bro's DROPPED/LOST his chain a long ass time ago while we dragged a n***a," A Boogie wrote on his Instagram Stories. "N***a got the audacity to buy it off a random n***a, shoot a vid with it and front like he did something. Lost all my respect for you smh."

The accumulation of these antics won't allow A Boogie and his Highbridge team to just let Lil TJay slide off without fully admitting that he was wrong. 

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