Ohio rapper Slim Jesus is finding success with his viral hit "Drill Time," but it hasn't come with criticism from fellow artists.

Rapper Lil Mister is the latest drill rapper to accused the 18-year-old of stealing Chief Keef's sound. He also claimed Slim was sending direct shots at him on Facebook. Mister decided to respond the alleged disses on social media, where he challenged the rapper to a $1500 fight.

"Who the f**k is this Slim Jesus motherf****r everybody steady talking about," Mister said in an Instagram video. " Sneak dissing on Facebook... I am with all that goofy s**t. ...Tryna swag jack Mister Guwop."

On Friday, the rapper released a diss record over "Drill Time" calling out the rapper. Over the past few days, Slim has responded to critics on Twitter and recently claimed he didn't have a Facebook page. Further reports claim the rapper did indeed have a Facebook, under the name Robert Church.

In a matter of a week, the rapper's single has amassed over 2 million views. Slim has told fans via Twitter he's not interested in the criticism, since he's living off the success of the single. Another rapper who has called out Slim was Oklahoma rapper Ben Sommers, who also claimed Slim stole Sosa's sound.

Check out Mister's claims above and his diss record here.

Source: Kollege Kidd, Twitter