The rap group known as the Migos helped the WWE bring in the new year with an appearance on the promotion's Pay-Per-View event called Day One. The rap trio accompanied Randy Orton and Matt Riddle (RK-Bro) down the ramp and to the ring as the Smackdown Tag Team champions prepared to defend their title.

The live event took place in Atlanta, which is home to the Migos. Hence, the rap group received a rousing response from the crowd at State Farm Arena and many of the professional wrestlers backstage. But not everyone was pleased with the way in which the WWE wrestlers were socializing with the Migos.

When the Raw Women's Champion, Becky Lynch, posted a photo of herself standing alongside the Migos, she added the caption: "Next song is 'Big Time Drip' @Migos #WWEDay1."

While harmless in its form, the comment contained mention of a single that Offset released with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin back in 2018 called "Ric Flair Drip." The 72-year-old wrestling icon took offense to the tweet and fired back with a harsh response on the social media platform.

"The Mood Is Night & Day! One's Real & One's Make Believe!" Flair wrote. "She's Big Time, But There's No Drip, And There Never Will Be! And I Thought She Was THE MAN, But I Guess Not Because They Don't Own It! HA! When Are You Going To Give Up @BeckyLynchWWE? You're So Far Behind! WOOOOO!"

Ric Flair has become a sympathetic figure in the rap world. In the past ten years alone, he's been mentioned in songs by Pusha T, Kanye West, Big Sean, Jadakiss, and the Migos. Although Ric Flair did delete his tweet about fellow wrestler Becky Lynch, it's clear that he is just as passionate about his personal relationship with the rap community as they are with him.

Scroll above to view Becky Lynch's caption and Ric Flair's deleted response.

Source: Wrestling Inc