Ain’t it too early for beef? Is anybody still paying attention?
Philadelphia DJ Cosmic Kev debuted two brand new tracks by rapper Beanie Sigel tonight (November 21st) during his radio show on Power 99 FM. While the first track only contains one line about Jay-Z, the second track is sure to raise eye brows. On the second track, Sigel issued another harsh freestyle aimed at Jay-Z, this time dropping a verse over Cypress Hill’s hit “How I Could Just Kill a Man” renaming the song “How I Could Kill Jigga Man.” Sigel’s opening lines make use of Jay-Z’s signature battle song “Takeover,” which was originally a diss record to Jay-Z’s old nemesis, Nas and Mobb Deep. “You aint gonna say nothing boy?” Sigel says at the end of the song taunting Jay-Z. “Damn, I thought you was the boy, boy. You aint nothing but a boy, boy boy. I aint gonna stop boy.”
This is going nowhere fast & doesn’t look like it’s going to end well @ all. What can Sigel really say about Jay that hasn’t been said? Does anybody really remember A-Rod’s steroid controversy after the Yankees won the championship? Nope, it’s swept under the rug and forgotten. Unless it’s completely damaging, Beans’ lines will only be dings in Jay’s armor.
If Jay does choose to respond, it could lead to fratricide. If he doesn’t, Beans will be Jaz-O II, making YouTube appearances spewing negative remarks & making funny camel references, probably while dusted and disgusted off one of his many habits.
Either way, it’s a losing game for rap.
Update — Splash comes through with the CDQ…for those interested in having such a thing.
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