Jay-Z's new album 4:44 is not at all lacking when it comes to transparency.

The rapper and mogul shared everything under the sun with listeners, from his infidelity to his falling out with other rappers to his distaste with how specific and unnamed entertainers flaunt their money on social media.

Boosie Badazz did not consider Carter's aim to be subtle or at all appropriate. In fact, he found Jay's criticism offensive.

Apparently, Boosie Badazz took offense to the album's "The Story of O.J." lyric where Jay-Z raps, "Y'all on the 'gram holdin' money to your ear/ There's a disconnect, we don't call that money over here."

The Louisiana rapper shared his disdain for JAY-Z's notes in a video on Instagram live, in which he elaborated on all the reasons why he felt Jay's words are moot.

"In Louisiana, his words don't fly," said Badazz. "And I'll say that to JAY-Z, I'll say that to anybody … people can keep on going to social media, under my DMs, saying if you're trying to get JAY-Z money, you shouldn't put stacks to your ear. JAY-Z don't tell me what to do."

Badazz felt the need to explain the reasons behind the money-to-the-ear pose, in case JAY-Z wasn't aware.

"In Louisiana, that's just like a trend, shit won't stop in Louisiana … everybody don't have bank accounts. Everybody don't know about assets. Everybody don't come up, everybody not business-minded like that."

Because, as we all know, the safest place to keep your money is next to your ear. That way you can hear it clearly if it's calling out for help.

If you're curious, you can see the full video below: