Well, here's a hip hop feud we certainly never saw coming.
If you're over 25, you probably remember Sean Kingston as the one-hit wonder behind the 2007 chart-topper "Beautiful Girls."
If you're under 25, you almost certainly know Migos - the crew responsible for the omni-present club banger "Bad and Boujee."
Now, it seems the cross-generational stars have collided in unlikely fashion, as TMZ is reporting that the three members of Migos have been accused of brutally beating Kingston following a verbal confrontation in Las Vegas last night.
Sources tell the site that Migos and Kingston got into an argument regarding the feud between Chris Brown and Soulja Boy.
According to witnesses, Migos viciously attacked Kingston, kicking and stomping on his head after he fell to the ground.
A member of Kingston's entourage reportedly pulled and fired a gun, but no one was wounded.
Police reports indicate that Migos and Kingston had fled the scene by the time law enforcement arrived.
A short time later, Kingston was pulled over following a traffic violation, and was "semi-cooperative" when police questioned him about his injuries, but he did not point the finger at Migos.
Interestingly, despite the fact that several witnesses have reportedly identified the group as the culprits, they're not currently wanted by police.
Cops tell TMZ that they do wish to speak to Migos, but they are not planning to issue a warrant.
That doesn't mean the rappers aren't in trouble, just that police don't have sufficient evidence to arrest them.
Kingston's life has taken many unfortunate turns since he first gained fame a decade ago at the age of 17.
In 2011, Kingston was badly injured in a jet ski accident, and there was a time when it looked as though he wouldn't survive.
In 2013, Kingston was accused of rape, but no criminal charges were filed, and a lawsuit filed by the alleged victim was settled out of court.
The extent of Kingston's injuries is currently unknown.
At this point, neither Kingston nor the members of Migos have addressed the incident publicly.
We'll have further updates on this story as more information becomes available.