Generation Gap: When Old and New Rappers Beef

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  • Grandmaster Caz, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee, Jay Z, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore, J. Cole
  • Ghostface, Action Bronson
  • Drake, Jay Z
  • Lord Jamar, Yelawolf
  • Tyler, The Creator;
  • Gillie Da Kid, Meek Mill
  • Ying Yang Twins, French Montana
  • Shyne, Kendrick Lamar
  • Azealia Banks, Jim Jones
  • Mac Miller Lord Finesse Lawsuit
  • Common | Drake | Beef
  • Ice-T | Soulja Boy | Beef
  • KRS-One, Nelly
  • Can-I-Bus | LL Cool J | Beef
  • Rick Ross | Kreayshawn | Beef
  • Lil Wayne, Jay-Z
  • Nicki Minaj, Lil Kim
  • Ludacris, Big Sean, Drake
  • David Banner | V-Nasty | Beef
  • Eminem | Everlast | Beef

Jay Z vs. Drake

Jay Z once credited Drake as one of the best artists on the rise and was featured on both Thank Me Later and Nothing Was the Same, but lately, he's been steady taking shots at the OVO head on record — while Drake gives him the side-eye via the media.

It all began back in February, when Drake told Rolling Stone, "It's like Hov can't drop bars these days without at least four art references!" The comments prompted Jay to fire back on Jay Electronica's remix of "We Made It." And then Drake said something at a Nets/Raptors game about Hov being somewhere "eating fondue."

Now, Hov has only these words, via a feature on DJ Khaled's new song, "They Don't Love You No More": "Haters wanna ball, let me tighten up my drawstring/Wrong sport, boy, you know you're soft as a lacrosse team." 

(Photos from left: CFI / Splash News, Andrew Benge/Redferns via Getty Images)

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