You know you've made it to the big leagues when you're too busy to have a meet up with Drake.
For Hasbulla Magomedov, who recently signed a contract with the UFC, it's just another day in paradise.
The 20-year-old social media sensation been rising the ranks in recent months, and has gone on to become a star in his own right.
So much so that he revealed Drake had tried to arrange a meeting with him, but he essentially got pied by the Russian influencer and fighter.
Taking to the Full Send Podcast, co-host Kyle Forgeard asks Hasbulla if he listens to any type of music or if he's into any rappers.
The teen, who was nicknamed 'Mini Khabib' due to his 3'4" stature, replies: "I am not interested in music, but sometimes stars text music to me like Drake, Tyga and 50 Cent."
In amazement, Kyle asks: "You've talked to Drake on Instagram, Hasbulla," before another host chimes in: "What are they messaging you?"
Like an absolute baller, the star smiles and gives a wink, saying: "I don't know who he is but he texted and followed me."
When questioned about what Drake said to him, Hasbulla admits: "I forget, I didn't read it."
Both hosts are shocked at the revelation that he is probably one of the only people in the world who's ever 'left Drake on read'.
Wanting to see the receipts, Hasbulla asks someone to get his phone and Kyle then reads through the text from Drake, which says: "You're my inspiration, when can we meet?"
Rather than arranging a meet up with one of the most famous rappers on the circuit right now, Hasbulla replied: "Thanks bro, I'm sorry that I can't communicate in English, I communicate through a translator.
"I don't know when I'll see you, I'll be in Dubai in October."
Plenty of people were on hand to praise the star, with one writing in the comments section: "The way he casually said get my phone."
"Drake listens to him bro," quipped another, while a third said: "I'd be down for Hasbulla as world leader."
If the fighter throws hands as cold-heartedly as he does pies, he's going to absolutely smash it in the Octagon.
Speaking of which, Hasbulla shared the news that he'd signed on to the UFC earlier this month, writing online: "The rumours are true. I have officially signed a deal to fight in the UFC."
You can listen to the full interview with Hasbulla on the Full Send Podcast here.