The 'Atlanta' star/director, also known by the stage name Childish Gambino, sends out his warning on Twitter after he responds to an online user calling him a 'hating a** n***a.'

AceShowbiz - Donald Glover has something to say to his haters ahead of "Atlanta" season 3. The Earnest "Earn" Marks depicter on the show recently took to social media to share a strong message to those who "talk s**t" about him.

The 38-year-old rapper/actor, also known by the stage name Childish Gambino, sent out his warning on his Twitter account on Wednesday, January 12. "please @ me this year if u talk s**t on me," he simply penned.

Prior to that, Donald had a little interaction with a Twitter user calling him a "hating a** n***a". The individual first shared a screenshot of an email notification saying that SoundCloud removed a cover of "Redbone" due to a copyright claim.

Alongside the snap, the user argued, @donaldglover I didn't know you was a hating a** n***a." Catching wind of the post, the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" actor replied, "thats not me. thats the record company."

The user later told Donald, "Nah I figured, was just being funny." However, the former star of "Community" corrected the user's previous statement. "but i am a hating a** n***a tho. real talk," he pointed out.

On the next day, Donald and FX dropped a new teaser for "Atlanta" season 3 called "Sillin". The clip, soundtracked by Outkast's 2000 track "So Fresh, So Clean", sees Earn, Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry), Van (Zazie Beetz) and Darius (LaKeith Stanfield a.k.a. Keith Stanfield) promoting European products.

Around one week earlier, Donald shared on Instagram some behind-the-scenes photos and videos taken from the writers' room. Among seven posts, there was a hilarious screenshot of a Zoom call with the YouTube video "The Poop Lady" playing in the background.

"Atlanta" season 3 will follow the cast members embarking on a European tour. Its first episode will debut on March 24 on Hulu.

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