Post Malone's "White Iverson" was one of the surprise hits of 2015 but not every one is a fan. Late to the Post party is Earl Sweatshirt, who claims he heard the song for the first time earlier this week and voiced his disdain for the track on Twitter.

"Just heard the song 'White Iverson' who mans is this lol, who let this slide," tweeted Sweatshirt. "Lmao I'm a grown ass man, y'all have fun slappin that one."

Malone took a subtle dig in response, tweeting, "I don't sweat shit."

While Sweatshirt may not be a fan of "White Iverson," Post has plenty of supporters in his corner. The song helped him land a deal with Republic Records and his breakout single is certified platinum. The artist announced in early Jan. that his debut album will drop in March. The Texas singer set the bar high for his currently unnamed album tweeting on New Year's Eve, "my album in March...I believe will change the world. I can't wait for everyone to share my journey with me."

Post spoke with Whoo Kid about the recording process and hinted at songs with Young Thug. I just go with the flow,” he said. “My manager would just say, ‘Hey, this happened today, you want to do something?’ I do have a very special surprise coming…It’s just with one of my favorite artists. So it’s about to be lit. Oh and me and Young Thug got like four songs.”

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