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Rapper Turk confronted a woman on Live yesterday, after the woman - who calls herself a "stud" - tried to steal his wife.

The woman, who refers to herself as "Stud G.O.A.T., " tried to shoot her shot at Turk's wife on Live. Unfortunately Turk was sitting right next to his wife - and he blasted Stud GOAT for being "disrespectful."

The Live started out with Stud GOAT talking to Turk's wife. She tells the married woman, "I'm the freshest stud that you ever met in your life." And at first, it appears that Turk's wife is falling for the game.

The rapper immediately stopped their conversation - and took the phone from his wife. He then launched into a tirade against Stud GOAT.

"What the f*ck you on my Live with my wife for. We just had the same [issue] four or five days ago. Stop trying to holla at my wife when I ain't around though."

Stud GOAT denied trying to romance the rapper's wife. She told him, "We were talking about business bro."

The conversation - which is low key hilarious - has gone viral.

Here's the video:

Turk is a rapper from New Orleans, Louisiana. He is best known for his late 1990s run at Cash Money Records with the group the Hot Boys.

Last year the former Cash Money Records artist Tab “Hot Boy Turk” Virgil Jr. was speaking out about his journey in the music industry and life after prison with his new book, “The AutoThugOgraphy of Turk.”

The rapper is known for being a member of the highly popular hip-hop group the Hot Boys which also consisted of Lil Wayne, Juvenile, and B.G.

Founded by Cash Money executives Ronald “Slim” Williams and Bryan “Baby” Williams, the New Orleans-based group rose to fame during the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Now, in 2018, Hot Boys are no longer together, and life has taken the group members down several different paths. Turk expressed that his book, which was released on Oct.30, came about while incarcerated.

“I wrote my book when I was in prison and, I had reached a point in my life where I had to hold myself accountable and be responsible for my actions,” Turk said. “I couldn’t point the finger at nobody knowing it starts with being a man.”