It would seem that the world of rap is a pretty brutal place to be right now. You've got Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly sending diss tracks all over the show and now Snoop Dogg and Kanye - or should we say Ye - are at it. Grow up, guys.
But as Slim Shady and MGK were rowing about MGK calling Em's daughter 'hot as fuck' - Snoop and Kanye's beef is more politically focussed.
So, here's the breakdown - Yeezy has made it pretty clear that he's in total support of US President Donald Trump - something which Snoop Dogg, or Snoop Lion, doesn't agree with.
*Side note - why can't these guys just pick a name and stick to it?
Anyway, yesterday Kanye posted a picture to Instagram showing him sat on what looks like a private jet (assumption) wearing a red cap which bears the slogan: "Make America Great Again".
DJ Pooh, an American producer, posted the picture of Ye with the mocking caption: "MAGA - Music Ain't Getting Attention" before Snoop jumped on the acronym bandwagon saying: "Make ya music great again n***a."
Snoop also added: "Uncle Tom Ass n***a."
It seems all has been forgiven and forgotten, though:
But count on this not being the last time Snoop Dogg and Kanye will have a difference of opinion because back in May Snoop Dogg shared a Photoshopped image of Kanye after those controversial comments on slavery.
Posting the doctored photo of the whitewashed rapper to Instagram, the caption read: "The new Kanye well all white now way to go dude."
A few hours later 50 Cent got in on it, too, sharing the same image with the caption: "Slavery was a choice, get the strap. #power #theoath."
Kanye has since tweeted: "I can still feel the love."