Hilarious! Ice T responded to Soulja Boy’s video response to Ice T’s diss. LOL @ the end of the video where Ice T’s son speaks. Hilarious.
Archive for the ‘hip-hop beef’ Category
Posted by Media Outrage on June 23, 2008
Posted by Media Outrage on May 8, 2008
T.I. was on the radio recently and spoke about Shawtie Lo who has obviously gotten quite out of pocket. T.I. had some funny stuff to say you definitely want to hear it. Listen Here.
Posted by Media Outrage on April 7, 2008
50 spoke his mind as usual on Jonesee’s radio show. He spoke on the Young Buck situation, Fat Joe beef, his scuffle with Floyd Mayweather, took a subliminal shot at Jay-Z and explained why he’s throwing his baby momma and his son out of the crib.
50 breaks down how he was giving his baby’s mom $500,000 a year in child support. He tells how she didn’t work basically refused to work but wanted to live off of him. You have to love this dude he is hilarious and forthright. He says his baby momma’s boyfriend is a RN a ‘Regular N*gga’ LOL! He’s funny as ish. Smart dude.
Posted by Media Outrage on January 16, 2008
Posted by Media Outrage on January 15, 2008
Posted by Media Outrage on January 15, 2008
Lil’ Kim was on G-Unit radio the other day and took more shots at Remy Ma. She actually tried to explain how the beef started. She said that when her homies sit around and talk about Remy they say who would you rather hit? Remy Ma or a Tranny? and most of her boys say a tranny. Listen Here.
Posted by Media Outrage on January 13, 2008
Here is audio of DMX dissing R Kelly hard. He’s spazzin out and we have no idea why. Just listen for yourself.
Posted by Media Outrage on January 11, 2008
Fat Joe was on ‘Rap City’ and took the opportunity to take shots at 50 for some comments he made earlier in their on going beef.
50’s earlier comments about Fat Joe…..
“Fat Joe, he’s not really tough. He’s the kind of guy who makes idle threats … invites you to a fight and never shows up. My schedule has been on BET for the last two years and he still ain’t run into me.”
Fat Joe’s response….
This dude 50 Cent is a clown, we’ve been beefing what –three years? I go to every club in New York City, every hood. Have you ever seen a G-Unit member in a club? The question was eliminate, he can’t eliminate Fat Joe. Since I’ve been beefing with 50 Cent I’ve become so much richer in my life, so much more millions and keep dropping hit records. And my brother Khaled is dropping heavy records and We da Best and you see that movement. You can’t stop us. We untouchable, B.”
On his up coming album Elephant is in the Room…..
“The elephant is in the room. Do you know the life span of an artist? Artists don’t last no more than two albums. He come out, he a new sensation, he got a hot record. When he come out with the second album, he don’t even have a hit, he’s gone, similar to a Young Buck/Lloyd Banks situation. That’s real talk, they outta here. I’ve been in the game for 14 years. I’ve been dropping so many hits. Do you know how hard it is for a guy to make a hit record every single time? This record right now is about to be #1 in the country. It’s killin’ them. You can’t stop me. So my thing is why not give credit where credit is due?”
“If a dude keep bringing out number one records ‘Make It Rain,’… ‘Lean Back’ made them ‘Lean Wit it, Rock Wit It,’ made em ‘Shoulder Lean,’ matter fact blame me for ‘Pop, Lock and Drop It’ cause ‘Lean Back’ started that. ‘Make it Rain’…”Rihanna” had to talk about it, she had to get an umbrella. How many people you seen make it rain after a song like that? But they don’t want to talk about Fat Joe like he’s top ten. Elephant is in the Room, the Room is hip-hop!”
Fat Joe has definitely been a major staple in hip-hop and has been around for a while but did Make it Rain really inspire these other songs??? Or was he inspired by what the south was doing and thus Make it Rain???
Posted by Media Outrage on January 7, 2008
With absolutely no promotion for Beans or Freeway’s albums they are both beyond frustrated and want answers. Sigel says he is going up to Def Jam and someone is going to give him some kind of answers as to why his album has yet to receive real radio play, promotion, or any videos! Wow that’s crazy is all we can say. Jay is supposed to be your mans and it seems as if he just put on his platinum parachute and left you on a 747 with no pilot. We guess he was too busy soaking up all the marketing money for his album ‘American Gangster‘, taking extended vacations with his wife girlfriend to help his underlings out. Well Beanie is heated and is definitely blaming Jay z for some of this and if this doesn’t get resolved in a way that Beans likes we already hear a viscous diss song directed at Hov coming.
“I’m at a loss for words all I can say is that sh*t crazy! It’s definitely some sh*t that’s f*cked up and needs to be addressed and directed to the people in charge. They need to be put on the spot cause I want to know why this thing is like this and that, to see how they respond to them.
And it’s so f*cked up that’s only sh*t I can say cause I don’t understand it. For me to be 10 years in (the game) that sh*t crazy dog. What the f*ck they gone say to me man? Man I’m in the house watching Lifetime dog stressed out like a muthaf*cka, I feel like a broad, this sh*t crazy.
It’s like everybody got that homie, that dude in their squad that’s a rotten mother@#*$er but that’s still your man, so you cover up his faults. And its not me pointing a finger at certain individuals or anything, see I’m a loyal dude man, [but] not your boys, that sh-t’s crazy. Freeway got a crazy album! How the f*ck Freeway ain’t got no videos!? I ain’t got no videos either! That sh*t bigger than Def Jam. That sh*t Def Jam and a lot of sh*t. I ain’t gone lie man when that f*cking button get pushed that sh*t can get crazy. I’m almost ready to push the f*cking button because I feel like that sh*t been pushed on n*ggas….Im not confused on what’s going on, Im confused on why it’s going on.”
“Def Jam sucks!” Whoo Kid proclaimed on the air, after telling beans it’s “Camel hunting season.”
Posted by Media Outrage on January 4, 2008
In an interview with XXL Prodigy spoke his feelings about Jay-Z. Here’s what he had to say…..
“He’s always gonna be Gay-Z no matter what. We could do business or even if he wants a beat from Havoc, that nigg*’s still Gay-Z to me. We seen each other in Justin’s [right after the infamous 2001 Summer Jam, where the Jay/Mobb Deep/Nas beef took off]. I was with a whole bunch of my nigg*s. It was just him and like one or two security guards. Soon as he seen me, he just walked straight up to me with his hand out like, “Yo, it’s all love. It ain’t beef. It’s just rap.” I’m like, “Yeah, aright whatever.” He seen how I could of did him. We Mobb Deep. It’s not a game. It’s for real, son. It’s a whole gang of us. We not playing. We from the ‘hood. He thought we were gonna pounce on him. My n*gg*s wanted to jump on him. The Summer Jam thing didn’t really upset me. That’s just reality.
When I was younger I thought I was Michael Jackson and my grandmother had a dance school. That’s nothing to be ashamed of. Everybody my age wanted a Michael Jackson jacket back then. But Jay-Z was lying talking about ballerina pictures. People who weren’t at the concert think P had a tutu on or a ballerina suit ‘cause that’s what Jay said in his rhymes. That was some slick sh*t he did to f*ck people’s perceptions up.
I was more mad about how this b*tch-*ss n*gg* gonna say something years after all the East Coast and West Coast sh*t go down [on “Money, Cash, Hoes.”]. Shut the f*ck up. Mind your business. That sh*t ain’t got nothing to do with you. ‘Cause when it did have something to do with you, you didn’t have anything to say. You was more quiet than a church mouse. We was the only ones still going to LA and doing shows in Cali, risking our life. It was just us and Biggie going hard. That’s why I feel like I do about the situation, because that n*gg* talking about some sh*t that he ain’t even know, talking about he’s trying to restore the feeling. You ain’t restoring no feeling. I’m glad you successful with your records and you’re getting a lot of airplay and video play, but you ain’t restoring no feeling. We the ‘hood. We the heartbeat of the street. We the ones holding this sh*t down. I just put [our beef] aside for Sam Scarfo, so [Jay and I could work together on] his album [when he was on Def Jam]. But we ain’t [addressed the past beef or our differences].”
For the rest of the interview click here.