It sounds like Fivio Foreign wants to take a run at the four who are accused of killing his Brooklyn boy Pop Smoke.
But he's not going to get the chance because they are locked up awaiting their murder trial.
DJ Vlad asked how he felt about the two men and two juveniles getting arrested for snuffing out Pop during a home robbery.
"I was tight. I'm mad they got locked up," he explained, saying he wants them on the street.
The two adults -- 19-year-old Corey Walker and 18-year-old Keandre Rodgers -- charged with the murder of Pop Smoke may face the death penalty.
Vlad followed up by asking Fivo if he wants Walker and Rodgers to fry.
"I don't want them in jail," Fivio said, and left it at that.