(AllHipHop Rumors) Some folks aren’t able to win against Jay-Z.
It’s obvious that Hov has a lot of rappers in their feelings for taking shots at them on his new ‘4:44’ album!
Jay even took a jab at Future by hitting below the belt as he rapped about the sensitive [to Future] topic of Russell Wilson’s active role of being a stepfather to Future’s son with Ciara.
“In the future, other n-ggas playin’ football with your son/You had lost it, 13 bottles of Ace of Spade what it did to Boston,” rapped Jay Z.
It looks like Future decided to actually respond to another lyric that’s had those flossing on the ‘gram with money, tight!
On “The Story Of O.J.” Jay raps,
“Y’all on the ‘gram holdin’ money to your ear/ There’s a disconnect, we don’t call that money over here.”
Future replied by saying,
“U ain’t got the juice like dat. MOOD.”
People wasted no time roasting Future in his comments. Some people told him that he has the juice of Bow Wow, and that he’s going to come up missing because he’s messing with the wrong one. Beyonce’s Beyhive even dropped some emojis in Future’s comments, and some fans even taunted that Wilson would get full custody of Future’s son.
Future wasn’t the only person getting roasted. They got in Young Buck’s azz too!
“I got a quick message for Jay Z. Next time you see me dropping an album get out my way dude…….let a young n-gga get his a-s in Jay. I get up turn up the got damn radio Jay Z album playing way in Cashville. N-gga I dropped too n-gga. Get out my MF way Jay. Salute n-gga. But got damn let a young n-gga eat,” said Young Buck.
Apparently Buck didn’t get the message that he couldn’t and shouldn’t go up against Hov as far as a release date. Folks wasted no time letting Buck know that “no one” is checking for his new project. Awwww man there are probably a few day ones who were excited though.
Although Buck’s tone seemed serious, everyone should be able to tell he was joking, so people didn’t have to drag him like that. LOL.
In interesting news, Young Buck also claims that he was considered for the Tupac role in ‘All Eyez On Me’. Carry on.