President Donald Trump recently took to social media, again, airing his grievances in response to Lavar Ball's statement about his lack of involvement in assisting the three UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting in China

Early Sunday afternoon, Donald Trump voiced his disapproval of Ball’s remarks in a tweet, after Ball claimed the president did nothing to assist the three UCLA basketball players arrested On Nov. 7 in Hangzhou, China, on suspicion of shoplifting, according to The Washington Post.

“Who?” Ball quipped to ESPN’s Arash Markazi when asked about Trump’s involvement in the matter. “What was he over there [on the Asian trip] for? Don’t tell me nothing. Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out.” Trump begrudgingly responded:

Seeming unsatisfied with his initial response, Trump returned to his favorite venting platform and reiterated his points: 

Last week, Trump made sure everyone knew that he personally intervened in rectifying the circumstance of the players’ arrest. Back to Twitter, again, he requested that the young men thank him for pleading their case to Chinese President Xi Jinping while on his Asia trip:

The senior Ball has yet to directly respond to the incentive remarks from the President but did inform a reporter during an interview that, had the president gone to visit the players while in jail, he’d then say “Thank you.” 

On the contrary, citizens are also calling out Ball for making light of the shoplifting incident, accusing him of diminishing the offense to favor his son. The three athletes who were shoplifting have since been suspended indefinitely. Balls interview will air, tonight at 10 p.m. EST, on CNN.

Will you be watching?