Earlier this week, up and coming 17 year old Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$, and Bay Area rapper Lil B released diss tracks aimed towards each other. First, Lil B dropped “I’m The Badass” and Joey responded with “Don’t Quit Your Day Job.” Now, the teenage rapper addresses dissing Lil B and he says it was “too easy” and he “killed him.”

During a recent interview with MTV, Joey Bada$$ addressed his “Don’t Quit Your Day Job” Lil B diss track.

The Flatbush rep states:

I just linked up with my homey Ben, and he played this beat and was like, ‘Yo, Lil B dis record?’ And I was like, ‘Oh, a’ight.’

Joey Bada$$ says he doesn’t know why Lil B dissed him:

Who knows? But if somebody sends a jab at me, I’ll just send one twice as hard. I really didn’t have to respond, I don’t feel so, but I just did it. I don’t know why. … [Actually] it’s too easy, that’s what it is. It’s too easy, so I thought, ‘Why not?’ I’m just flexing my skill on him.

When asked if he’d record another diss if Lil B replies to “Don’t Quit Your Day Job,”   Joey said:

No, no, no. I killed him. He shouldn’t even attempt to do anything again.

Many people have been wondering why Lil B dissed Joey Bada$$ in the first place. It is believed that B initially dissed Joey in response in to a verse from the late Capital STEEZ on “Survival Tactics,” which appeared on Joey’s summer 2012 mixtape, 1999.

Watch Joey Bada$$’s interview with MTV, below: