Young Thug took aim at the elders again during an interview on the "Million Dollaz Worth Of Game" podcast, telling the hosts that he had more recognizable hit songs than JAY-Z

Young Thug was speaking about how surprising it is that his fans know the words to all 30 of the songs on his longest setlist. He told the podcast hosts that this put him in rarified air.  

"JAY-Z don't got 30 songs like that, where the whole stadium is singing," Young Thug said.

"He got a lot though," one host remarked in response.

"I know he does, he for sure does. He probably has like 50 of them b***hes. I'm not saying literally like him, I'm just saying, it's n****as who you think are the man," Young Thug said. 

The discussion continued with Young Thug touting his fans and the amount he gets paid per concert.

As Blavity previously reported, he's made headlines in recent weeks over his harsh criticism of André 3000, someone who has showered Young Thug in praise whenever given the chance to. 

He complained that André 3000, a music legend with decades of hits, had not shown him enough deference compared to other artists and downplayed his contributions to the Atlanta music scene. 

"I can't rap you two André 3000 songs. I ain't never paid attention to him. Never in my life," the 29-year-old said after T.I. compared his fashion sensibilities to the Outkast member.

"The difference between Elton John and André is, to simplify it, Elton John likes to kiss ass, and Dre likes his a*s kissed. Elton John is like, 'Hey! I like you, I remember your first song, I remember Gucci first song, when Guwop getting out?' He a fan type of n***a, to the point where I'm like 'Let's do music,' and he's like 'n***a bet!' André more like, 'this is his secretary' aye, tell the n***a it's Thug, n***a.'"

As one might imagine, the comment section was not kind to his latest round of criticism for JAY-Z. 

The comment section was full of people who said the last JAY-Z concert they went to featured fans singing along to every song.

It quickly turned into a turf battle between fans of JAY-Z and Young Thug.

Over his decades-long career, JAY-Z has sold more than 50 million albums and another 75 million singles, making him one of the best-selling artists in the entire world.

He holds the Grammy record for most awards by a rapper with 22 wins and has 14 number one albums, a record for a solo artist, according to Billboard.