You may think that you can just post a comment on a rapper's Instagram without them noticing, but as Nelly and Tyga have now shown us, there's a chance they might catch what you said -- especially if it's negative.
Over the weekend, Tyga lashed out at someone who had commented on a picture of him and his son, calling him a "pedophile" because of his rumored relationship with 17-year-old Kylie Jenner.
Nelly, it seems, is having similar issues with online antagonizers.
He recently posted a picture of his daughter, along with a Proud Poppa-style caption: "Awwwwwwww look at my babe..!!!! Wow STINK I am soo proud of the women you are becoming ... But u will always be my lilgirl.. @love_mylife," he wrote.
Among the hundreds of comments, a user named @fittedcapberto called the St. Louis native's daughter a "thot" -- and Nelly Mo was not pleased.
Spoiler alert: The rapper didn't like that.
"I ain't gone lie lil buddy I was Alil pissed when I first saw ya comment about my child Cuzz on real will slap the SH-- out of you for talking about my babes," he wrote. "But after I saw ya pics and saw how soft u look I decided to chill Cuzz I not wit the domestic violence...!! #NODAT."
If you don't know, now you know.