Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard has spoken out about Kyrie Irving's now-viral rendition of Lillard's famed “Dame Time” celebration. As it turns out, Lillard wasn't too impressed with Irving's version of his trademark celebratory gesture.

Irving busted out the “Dame Time” celebration during Brooklyn's 114-112 win over the New York Knicks on Monday, and Lillard has since caught wind of the same. The Blazers star took to Twitter to pretty much ridicule what he deems to have been a poor imitation from Kyrie:

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For those who require context, “Dragonfly Jones” is a fictional character portrayed by actor Martin Lawrence. Dragonfly is a bald, middle-aged man missing most of his front teeth. It is said to have been inspired by Jamaican pop singer Carl Douglas, who is behind the 1974 hit “Kung Fu Fighting.” Clearly, Lillard is a fan. Here's a clip Lawrence's hilarious portrayal from more than a decade ago:

C'mon, Dame. Why'd you have to do Kyrie like that? I guess Lillard did have the right to take a shot at Irving after the latter copied his move. There is literally no resemblance between Kyrie Irving and Dragonfly Jones, but it's hard not to imagine their likeness. A brutal jab from the Blazers guard here.

This all appears to be in good fun, though. Lillard himself is a fan of Kyrie Irving and his game. It wasn't too long ago that the Blazers All-Star went as far as saying that Irving's recent 40-point performance against his former team in the Boston Celtics was the “most beautiful game in history.”

Nevertheless, Damian Lillard just couldn't resist the opportunity to take a hilarious shot at Kyrie in this particular instance.