Joyner Lucas pissed off Tomi Lahren by suggesting we'd be better off with her dead in his video for "Devil's Work".
The video, which featured a photo of Lahren on a casket, was shot in St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Worcester, Massachusetts.
The church's Monsignor Francis Scollen is now saying that if he knew what Lucas was going to do in the video -- which featured drinking and swearing -- he would have never allowed his cameras in.
"It was presented to the people here in a whole different light, that it was about people who died in Main South, and that we have these tragedies, and somehow how does God make sense of it," Scollen told the Worcester Telegram. "Someone described rap music as new poetry. I guess it’s more than that obviously... I don’t know anything about rap music ... I like folk music."
When TMZ asked Lucas about Scollen's comments, he called BS.
"Nah, they knew what was going on," Lucas said. "Matter of fact, they got paid."
He also shut down any talk that he would have a sit down with Lahren, who had requested they get together to discuss their differences.
"No," Lucas answered bluntly. "I have nothing to say to her."