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The 50 Best Hip-Hop Diss Songs

#27. Cam'Ron f/ Jim Jones "Hate Me Now" (2002)

Target: Nas
Producer: D-Moet, Pretty Boy, Trackmasters
Album: N/A
Label: N/A

WOMEN AND CHILDRENCROSSED THE LINEFIRST STRIKEBROUGHT THE HOMIES

Best Line: "Take your daughter, R. Kelly/Have my way with her face." (Cam'ron)

After Hot 97 canceled Nas' 2002 Summer Jam performance, God's Son went on New York's Power 105.1 and spazzed on the industry. One of the recipients of Nas' blackout was Cam'Ron, who Nas claimed was a "good" lyricist, but dropped a "wack" album. Never one to turn the other cheek, Cam jumped on Nas' "Hate Me Now" instrumental and went straight for his jugular. Lines were crossed, low-blows were thrown and Jim Jones introduced the amazing term, "Kufi Slapper." Killa!

Tags: jay-z, nas
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