Weezy Talkin' Greasy - Disses Jay-Z, Pharrell, The Clipse

Give a muttaskutta a mic and he'll run his mouth!!

In the Decemeber / January issue of Complex Magazine (newsstands on Dec. 12), Lil' Wayne (AKA, Weezy F. Baby....AKA "the Best Rapper Alive") had this to say about Jay-Z's 'comeback,' Pharrell, and The Clipse:
"I'm better than him, I'm 24 years old. ... I'm 13 years deep with five albums and 10 million records sold. I don't like what he's saying about how he had to come back because hip-hop's dead and we need him...What the f--- do you mean? If anything it's reborn, so he's probably having a problem with that. You left on a good note, and all of the artists were saying, 'Yo, this is Jay's house. He's the best.' Now he comes back and still thinks it's his house. ... It's not your house anymore, and I'm better than you."
On Pharrell Williams and The Clipse:

"I don't see no fucking Clipse. This is a fucking legend you're talking to right here. How many years them n***** been around? Who the fuck is
Pharrell? Do you really respect him?
That n**** wore BAPE and y'all thought
he was weird. I wore it and y'all thought it was hot. What I gotta go in the store and say, 'I like these colors but I can't buy them because other rappers wore them?'"

On on the photo of him kissing Baby (a man):

"I don't fault nobody for misunderstanding. I don't understand a lot of shit. Baby walked in the crib one day and was like, 'Everybody's doing this black mob shit. When I see you n*****, this is what we're gonna do.' And that's why you've
probably got a picture of me because I stuck with everything that man said.
But every n****'s done that. I've done kissed [Juvenile and B.G.]. No homo. Pause."

No Weezy, everyone has not done that. But either way...I'm just tired of rappers always talking about other rappers. Lil' Wayne is nice enough not to have take that route. Rappers need to take shots at other rappers to create a buzz....MCs let their music do the talking.

Anyhow, looks like Wayne is about to drop "Ether 2" - another diss track aimed at Jay-Z...the shark's are swarming. This is slightly more interesting than the Dipset / Jay-Z feud...at least Weezy F. Baby has TALENT.
"F**k that BEEF shit. That shit is played out."
"Whats Beef" - The Notorious BIG: Life After Death



Anonymous said...

you come with it every time.... but you MUST comment on the 'words' TI had for Nas.... Egyptian history rap? wow.... what the hell is in the water in the south?

The Company Man said...

Thanks for the props. You know I was gonna mention T.I. (and Lil Bow Wow as well) but both have proven to be false in the past day or so...no speculation hear at The Quotable!

Either way, these southern artists are on top of rap music right now (by sales figures) and they want to stay there. I can understand how the theme of Kingdom Come and the title of Nas's album (Hip Hop is Dead...The N) could ruffle a few feathers. To them its a sign of disrespect to hear the two most respected MCs alive take the stance the rap music has fallen off just as the South finally gets its moment to shine. (In a lot of ways this is similar to when Common made I Used To Love H.E.R. and pissed off the ENTIRE WEST COAST!) Everyone's gotta rep for their hood...and at least Weezy has a point.

I'm not mad at this one though. Lil' Wayne is a dope lyricist and a large part of me hopes this plays out on wax. Lyrics based beef is part of hip hop history...thats how disagreements used to be settled...and at least this time, everyone involved can really spit (of course if the Weezy ghostwriter rumors are true...then scratch everything I've just said).

Thanks for your comments, and keep reading.