Royce took to both Instagram and Twitter on Tuesday where he trolled Benzino for living in the past.
"I can’t wait till Benzino get on Clubhouse," Royce tweeted. "A Front row seat to the most obligatory pseudo toxic masculine tough guy talk the world has ever seen. Please Clap for this hoe ass nigga so he can try to move on. He stuck in 06."
As expected, this made its way to Benzino who decided it would be appropriate to challenge the Grammy-nominated artist to a Verzuz battle. He also referred to Royce as a "slave" for Eminem in a series of now-deleted tweets. This didn't phase Royce. Instead, he told his fans that they should thank him for providing this comedic content.
"Y’all owe me for these laughs. I want my flowers for these hysterical outbursts during these trying times," Royce wrote. "This mufuka dun challenged me to a Verzuz battle... He prefaced this with “My Catalogue” 🔥 Shut the noise... I better get outta town ... Im not worthy... 🙌🏿 Challenge not accepted but big props to I see booty I see Booty."
He then made it clear that he's not getting into a virtual shouting match with someone who decided to do a nearly nude music video.
"Wish I would argue back and forth with a butt naked failure. Go get yourself together bro you got a whole grown daughter out here. You embarrassing us.... Put some clothes on," Royce tweeted before heading to Instagram.
"I don’t want no problems with you Mr 5 mics in the source. The streets know You dangerous when you desperate so Ain’t no telling what lengths you’re willing to elevate this misunderstanding to," Royce captioned a clip of Benzino's "The Bigger Picture" music video. "so put your shell back on and go do karate with the rest of the ninja turtles. I’m a God fearing, Peaceful fully clothed man."
Royce started trolling Benzino in response to the Boston-native letting his emotions get the best of him last month. Benzino went on the offensive against Eminem and his "Stans," rehashing years of beef via a string of now-deleted tweets. 'Zino called Em the "King Pussy" and referred to his fans as the "goofiest most out of touch fan base" in hip-hop.