Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James let his feelings toward Kyrie Irving be known on Instagram via two songs by rapper Meek Mill with lyrics alluding to his teammate. First, James posted a song entitled “Wins & Losses” then he followed it with another Mill song titled, “Heavy Heart.” The lyrics of the two songs were certainly directed at Irving, including the line “N—– said they with you when they really not” from the song “Heavy Heart."

Irving recently asked for a trade because he wants to become the focal point of a team’s offense and not just a sidekick to James.

Earlier, sources close to James said the superstar was “blindsided and disappointed” by Irving’s move. They became close when James returned to the Cavaliers in 2014 and led the team to three straight Finals appearances, including an NBA title in 2015.

Irving also gave the Cavaliers a list of preferred teams – the New York Knicks, Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, and the Minnesota Timberwolves. Currently, the Knicks, Cavs, and Suns are working on a three-team trade that would send Irving to New York, Carmelo Anthony to Cleveland, and Kevin Love to Phoenix.

James will not interfere in Irving’s affairs

Sources close to James said the superstar will not interfere in any move that the Cavaliers will take involving Irving, adding that he will let the front office and team owner Dan Gilbert deal with it.

Sources added that James will focus on his offseason workout regimen before reporting to training camp. James’ desire to lead the Cavaliers to a fourth straight Finals appearance remains, no matter who his teammates will be next season.

Celtics forward asks Irving not to join Warriors

Despite the list, new Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris is worried that Irving may join the Golden State Warriors, who recently won their second NBA title in three years.

“Just don’t go to Golden State,” Morris tweeted Friday. Before last season, the Warriors acquired Kevin Durant from the free-agent market, turning them into a stronger team. With Durant leading the way, the Warriors defeated the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals in five games.

The Celtics, for their part, have beefed up in the offseason by signing Gordon Hayward from the free-agent market.

They also acquired Morris after trading point guard Avery Bradley to the Detroit Pistons. The Celtics are also planning to trade for New Orleans Pelicans center Anthony Davis if his partnership with DeMarcus Cousins fails this season.