The rise of social media has changed almost every aspect of our day-to-day lives. It’s changed the way we communicate, the way we interact socially and, according to Boosie, it’s changed the way we love, too.

In a teaser for Drink Champs‘ Thursday episode, the rapper argued that social media platforms are challenging marriage and settling down — and he might have a point.

“Social media f**ked up everything,” he explained to N.O.R.E and the gang. “It made more avenues for money, but it f**ked up everything.”

Including tying the knot, according to the 39-year-old, who’s legal name is Torence Ivy Hatch.

“Marriage,” he noted as an example as the hosts chuckled. “Everything.”

He went on to explain that women have more access to men thanks to social media, which, during tough times in a relationship, may increase temptation.

“At first, your b***h used to just see the n***as at work, you and that’s it,” he continued as the hosts’ giggles graduated to full-blown laughter. “That’s all she had to look at. Now she got ’bout 30,000 n***as to look at. You heard me? For when you don’t act right.”

Plus, women are bombarded with content of romantic gestures others are receiving. Boosie thinks that only adds fuel to the fire.

“And she hypnotized by all the other b***hes getting s**t on Instagram that she ain’t getting,” he added. “So all that time you done put in but no money… it f**ked up everything.”

But the “Wipe My Down’ hitmaker doesn’t think social media solely affects women in relationships.

“It f**ked you up to,” he said, referring to men.

He explains that just like women, back in the day, men were only exposed to the lady in their life and maybe “side b***hes from the other side of town.” But thanks to Instagram and other apps, the number of women men are exposed to on a daily basis has grown exponentially. And Boosie thinks that’s inspired men to play the comparison game.

“You look at your b***h and you see a thousand other b***hes look better,” he said.

Ultimately, Boosie has an eloquent description for how social media has affected us.

“It made us h*es bruh,” he said.

The rapper may be on to something. According to McKinley Irvin, social media usage, divorce and adultery are linked. A 2014 study found that with a “20% annual increase in Facebook enrollment” came “a 2.18% to 4.32% increase in divorce rates.” Another study the following year found that 30% of Tinder users are married.