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February 02, 2005

Is They Rhymers or Strippin' Males?

What up, to all rappers, shut up with ya shuttin' up
and keep your shirt on, at least a button up
yuck, is they rhymers or strippin' males?
outta work jerks since they shut down Chippendales" - MF DOOM


The Drama Queens aka G-Unit are at it again. First off is The Game (wtf kinda name is that? Yo, I'm Candyland son, respekt!!!) and his manager Jimmy "Henchmen" Rosemond (way to surround yourself with winners) assaulted a DC area DJ. Xzulu "The Big Lipped Bandit" was attacked because, get this, Xzulu made a comment about Henchmen's wireless headset. What, was Xzulu's Jabra iced out with spinners and Henchboy's wasn't? Paranoid much?

Next up is Loose Change aka 50 Cent and his infatuation with Ja Rule, The Inc, and any that associate with Ja. Loose Change has taken on Jadakiss and Fat Joe because they appeared on the song "New York, New York" with Rule.

Both Jadakiss and Joey Crack have made statements that the collabo was purely business and nothing was directed towards Change. The diss tracked is titled "Piggy Bank" and not only gets at Joe, Jada, but allegedly brings Nas and his new wife Kelis into the mix. Is Loose Change CRAZY? Now Don Cartagena isn't really a lyrical terror, but Jadakiss would destroy Loose Change on a track. Bring in Nas . . . can you imagine a "John Blaze" type track dissing 50? Of course the Jew behind the scenes, Jimmy Iovine, is trying to keep Jada from responding. Iovine wants to protect his multiplatinum artist rather than letting the short-of-platinum emcee retort. I could name dozens of emcees that haven't even gone wood that are more talented than Curtis Jackson.

I'm sure that this latest tirade against NY legends is part of the machine that is Interscope records. Just take a look at the 30-minute to an hour commericals for The Game and 50 Cent for The Documentary and Making The Video, respectively on MTV. Hmmm . . . Loose Change's album is coming out in March, let's diss some people to hype the album. Oh wait, one of the dissees is a fellow labelmate -well, we can't let said labelmate respond and rip our goldmine a new one so we'll have to tell him that he can't. Of course most of America and the world for that matter won't get any of this and keep feeding the machine by buying Drama Unit's albums.

At least we hopefuly won't have to worry about Young Buck, as he might take a stab at jail life. Maybe Lloyd Banks'll pop up in another gay porn soon. Oh, and M&M, step away from the MPC. Please.

Eightball and MJG's latest single features Lloyd, a ratty looking The Inc member. Is G-Unit going to go after these legends of the South and Bad Boy [South] now too?

Posted by hungwin at February 2, 2005 06:42 PM

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