Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas' lyrical beef has garnered plenty of attention from the hip-hop community.

The rap back-and-forth between the two rappers began to manifest after Tory claimed that Lucas wasn't on his level as a rapper during an Instagram Live session on Monday night (Nov. 19). Afterwards, Lucas challenged Tory to a rap battle, which Lanez in turn accepted when he dropped his "Lucky You" freestyle. Once Lucas followed up with his own "Litty Freestyle" last night, rappers and producers around the country weighed in on their sonic confrontation.

"This the competitive shit I love man," Boi-1da tweeted last night (Nov. 21). "Tory and Joyner are both amazing artists , this is good for the sport."

"I love this Tory Lanez vs. Joyner Lucas shit!!! This is Hip Hop!!!" Fabolous tweeted with excitement.

The commentary began once Tory dropped his quick-fire freestyle over "Lucky You," which is Eminem's Joyner Lucas-featuring cut from Em's Kamikaze album.

"I’m literally at the spot that he said he’d be at/But where is he at," Tory raps. "Like really, nigga, is you really telling me that/Like I ain’t prepared to hit ’em with a felony act/Like what u thought I never react/Have a nigga looking like he tryna fight Mario when a nigga put a hole shell in his back/Fuck niggas yelling it back," he continues.

Shortly before the freestyle dropped, Trippie Redd inserted himself into the drama by taking Tory Lanez's side. Hours after Joyner dropped his Tory-directed freestyle, Joyner followed up with his own freestyle over "Litty." If you didn't know, that song is a Lanez-assisted one Meek Mill dropped in 2016. On the track, Joyner had some choice words for both Tory and Trippie.

"You get splattered and flatted/You and Trippie better have you some backup/Ren & Stimpy looking aggy and staggered/And when I kill 'em they get madder and madder," Joyner spits on the track.

Check out what other rappers and producers like Royce 5'9," Cardo and more have to say about the battle between Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas below.

See Hip-Hop's Reactions to Tory Lanez and Joyner Lucas' Diss Tracks