The Yonkers vet clears up rumors about his guest appearance on Lil Wayne's "I'm Good," which seems to take shots at Jay-Z.
With the buzz over Lil Wayne's new Jay-Z diss track "It's Good" threatening to break the Internet, Jadakiss took to Twitter to explain his appearance on the song.
The Yonkers vet, who was once signed to Hov's Roc-A-Fella Records, posted two messages last night that made it abundantly clear that he isn't involved in the simmering feud between Weezy and Hov. "Yall hating ass c---suckers better chill...they only sent me a track wit NO verses and I recorded that verse 3 months ago! #leavemeoutofit," he wrote. "When I DISS n----s or have a problem Wit ANY RAPPER I SAY THere [sic] NAMES without hesitation and YALL know this already!"
On Jay-Z's and Kanye West's "H.A.M," Hov raps seems to take a swipe at Weezy and Cash Money CEO Birdman, who infamously (and incorrectly) boasted that Wayne had more money than Jay: “I’m like really half a billi n---a, Really you got baby money / Keep it real with n----s, N----s aint got my lady money."
Weezy's "It's Good," which will appear on his upcoming Carter IV, in stores next week, responds to the jab: "Talkin’ ‘bout baby money, I gotcha baby money / Kidnap your b---- get that how much you love your lady money / I know you fake, n---- / Press your brakes, n---- / I’ll take you out, that’s a date, n----," Weezy raps.
The song also features Drake and Jadakiss, which had many speculating that those two were taking sides in the beef. With Jadakiss claiming Switzerland status, we wonder what Drake will say?
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