T.I. dropped a vicious diss track following Floyd Mayweather's announcement that he's supporting Gucci regardless of its racist product.

TMZ reported the song titled "F**k N***a" does not explicitly say the famous boxing champ's name, but it does feature a photo of him donning a black ski mask with red lips, similar to the one created by Gucci. The Atlanta rapper took to Instagram to share the new song, which is linked in the bio of his profile. 

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On Tuesday, Mayweather told the publication that he does not care about the boycott and is not going to stop shopping at Gucci. He also took to his Instagram page to share a statement where he calls out people for "playing hopscotch" around issues like the NFL, R. Kelly and the famous luxury brand. 

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"I'm not no follower, I do what the f**k I wanna do," he said. 


"These people are playing hopscotch. First, they're supposedly boycotting the NFL but as soon as the Super Bowl came around, they were either at the game, watching it on TV or throwing Super Bowl parties," the undefeated fighter said.

Gucci came under fire on February 6 after releasing images of a model wearing the brand's balaclava knit top on social media. The sweater style which mimics blackface was a part of the Fall/Winter 2018 collection.

"Last week, it was R Kelly, this week it’s Gucci. People boycott for trend but turn around and still shop at H&M and watch the NFL," Mayweather continued.

50 Cent also threw his thoughts into the ring, poking fun at the long-time rumor about Mayweather's inability to read. 

"Champ must have heard that TI song he big time mad. LOL," he captioned an Instagram post.

The song reignites the feud between Mr. Harris and Mayweather after he accused the "Money Team" leader of sleeping with his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris. 

You can listen to the song below: 

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