Looks like the feud ain't over yet between rappers Young Jeezy and Rick Ross.
According to numerous tweets from Funkmaster Flex (and others), the two rappers got into an altercation backstage at the BET Hip-Hop Awards in Atlanta, which allegedly spilled out into the parking lot.
The feud between the two dates back in August 2010, when Jeezy released "Death B4 Dishonor"—which contains lines that were supposedly disses directed toward Ross.
Tonight, though, things apparently got physical. "Jeezy and Rick Ross just had words backstage!!" DJ and MTV host Funkmaster Flex tweeted. "Pushing and shoving!!!"
But the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's music scene blog reports that no shots were fired, and Georgia police made no arrests.
Neither rapper has yet to comment on the incident, but both used Twitter to let their followers know that they were OK and weren't going to let a little ill-will derail their afterparty plans.
Ross tweeted: "
#MMG shut B.E.T down !!!Tonight we show u how to ball Rozay & @2chainz Mansion Élan #GoldParty"
Jeeezy also revealed his post-awards plans: "TONIGHT!! @iamdiddy, @chrisbrown and I are taking over COMPOUND for the BET Hip Hop Awards after party!"
The awards ceremony, which was briefly delayed during the incident, was taped tonight for broadcast on Oct. 9.