Did you hear J. Cole's "Grew Up Fast" and think Diggy Simmons might not have taken the following lines too lightly? "You more Diggy, Me, I’m more Biggie/ No diss to the young boy, I’m just rapping, get bored quickly.” Well, he didn't.
It might be some five weeks later, but the young rapper has finally responded to what he perceived as fired shots. It comes by way of diss track "What You Say to Me," a four-minute attack on Cole's character. Here's some of the rhymes in question:
"Who dat, who dat, you know who it is, heard you lying on my sis, tellin people that you hit/ When your album drops I’ma hit you with your bricks, so I’ma bomb first on you since you wanna riff."
..."Little n***a think he cold, think he mouth like me, jet setter trend setter, yeah you not like me/ Can’t find a girl that you know that do not like me, can’t find a girl I know, who know you, you dumb fool."
So what's the over/under on Cole responding to this?
Listen: Diggy Simmons "What You Say to Me"
Update: So it appears that this track might be old. At least, that's what Diggy's father, Rev. Run (real name: Joseph Simmons), just said on Twitter:
J Cole.. Puts out 2 records Dissing family & Diggy & nobody cared.. Some1 leaks a old Diggy record & there's a problem?— Rev Run (@RevRunWisdom) April 1, 2012