The rapper Pusha T is hitting back at McDonald’s after he claimed he wasn’t paid enough for the “I’m Lovin It” jingle he wrote that has been airing on the burger chain’s commercials since 2003.

Pusha T, who maintained in an interview with Rolling Stone that he and his brother No Malice were only paid about $1 million total for the jingle, released a new rap that takes a dig at McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish sandwich as it promotes Arby’s new Spicy Fish Sandwich in a new partnership.

The rapper released the track Monday on Twitter, where the video has since amassed more than 4.1 million views as of Tuesday morning.

Both Arby's and Pusha T were trending on Twitter on Tuesday as the video circulated the social media platform. Fans of the McDonald’s competitor gave their critique of the diss track.

The ad release dubbed “Spicy Fish Diss Track” includes lyrics that take aim at McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish sandwich.

Pusha T slams the Golden Arches by saying, “I’m the reason the whole world love it, now I gotta crush it. Filet-O-Fish is *** and you should be disgusted. How dare you sell a square fish asking us to trust it. A half slice of cheese, Mickey Ds on a budget?”

Fans of Arby’s seemed to gravitate toward the advertisement, with one customer saying, “Arby’s has slapped for decades,” indicating that Pusha T is a GOAT, or greatest of all time, for making the diss track.

Another new customer said “I’m team Arby’s now” after seeing the Pusha T rap.

Another fan said, “Arby’s is heat,” while another said, “Today might be the day I actually try Arby’s.”

And still another fan of the restaurant simply said, “Mission accomplished. I want an Arby’s fish sandwich now.”

But not everyone was on board with the rap that throws shade at McDonald’s and puts a spotlight on Arby’s.

One Twitter user said, “Pusha T himself couldn’t get me into an Arby’s line” after seeing the rap.

Another pointed to the alleged quality of Arby’s food.

And another dissed Pusha T himself by saying, “I can tell you’ve never actually been to Arby’s.”

Arby's bought Buffalo Wild Wings in a transaction that's valued at $2.9 billion. An SUV is pictured sitting at the pick-up window of an Arby's restaurant December 13, 2002 in Des Plaines, Illinois. Getty Images