WATCH: Jets' Le'Veon Bell claps back at haters in new rap video

The three-time Pro Bowl running back took to the mic to blast his naysayers
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Le'Veon Bell made his message loud and clear to anyone that isn't rocking with him this season. 

On Tuesday, the Jets running back dropped a rap video in which he calls out his detractors. 

Jets fans totally loved it: 

Steelers, not so much: 

Bell appears to be in tremendous shape. Bell going shirtless should silence the critics questioning if he gained weight after sitting out the entire 2018 season with the Steelers. 

The Jets signed the three-time Pro Bowl running back to a four-year, $52.5 million deal this offseason. 

Bell skipped voluntary minicamp sessions but is tearing it up in training camp. The dynamic Bell brings an added dimension to the Jets' passing attack. 

In 2017, Bell's most recent full season, the versatile threat amassed 321 carries, 1,291 rushing yards, nine rushing touchdowns, while also tallying 85 receptions, 655 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.

Bell explained to NFL Network's Steve Smith Sr. why he has no regrets about his season-long holdout in 2018. 

"I play a rough position," Bell said according to Yahoo. "I didn't want to have to have another 400 touches on my body without being compensated for it."

On Monday though, Bell apologized to fantasy football owners that drafted him last year. 

However, it's the haters that will have to say sorry to Bell if he silences them with an epic comeback season. That's the kind of diss track that will be music to the ears of Gang Green.