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#1 Posted by Static Shock (49108 posts) - - Show Bio
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#3 Posted by Static Shock (49108 posts) - - Show Bio

@dccomicsrule2011: We don't share a lot of the same opinions on Lil' Wayne, but you know your stuff.

#4 Posted by Static Shock (49108 posts) - - Show Bio

@makhai said:

@static_shock: That's a great list and thanks.

You're welcome. Couldn't forget about my homie.

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#6 Edited by Static Shock (49108 posts) - - Show Bio

She's not attractive in the face, but I'd still bust her down.

#7 Edited by Static Shock (49108 posts) - - Show Bio

To be honest, both parties are in the wrong. Drake, for taking money from Meek to write a verse in the song they collaborated in, but then getting someone else to write it. Meek, for airing him out on Twitter when he could have confronted him like a man about it, face to face. No one has face-to-face confrontations in hip hop anymore, save for the time Diddy got physical with Drake and the time Trae tha Truth broke Mike Jones' nose. Even Jay-Z himself doesn't confront anyone, but he'll mention your name in a song, though. LOL.

Other than that, the reason for the beef between Drake and Meek is really very petty. Both diss songs were average at best, too. The reaction I had for both of them doesn't even compare to the reaction I had for Ether, Takeover, Curtis, Piggy Bank, Back Down, Checkmate, T.I.'s entire Down with the King mixtape, etc.

Oh, and @dccomicsrule2011, agreed on the Hit 'Em Up being the most overrated diss song ever. Pac was beefing with himself with that one.

#9 Posted by Static Shock (49108 posts) - - Show Bio

@youngsoapman: I think this whole thing shows that beef is pretty much dead in rap. At least among mainstream artists.

This.

#10 Posted by Static Shock (49108 posts) - - Show Bio