Fredro Starr

Hip-Hop Rumors: Fredro Starr Disses DMX On New Freestyle

Queens rapper, Fredro Starr from Onyx has released a new freestlye taking more than a few verbal jabs at DMX. Although the reason for the diss is still unclear, Fredro hints that he is simply retaliating to something that X said. In the new freestyle, Fredro Starr raps:


“This nigga X talking shit right, if he ever try it again/He be a front of the firing pen/If his crew front, there be a lot of dying men/At the funeral, family and crying friends,” he raps. “Let’s get back to the money, we go together like tire and rims/You wanna ball? We can go as high as the rim/So much weed smoke, time to call the firemen.”

DMX and Fredro Starr have somewhat of a history together, collaborating on the track “Shut Em’ Down” back in 1998.

DMX has been on a promo run for his new album, Undisputed. I’m sure he’ll respond to the freestyle sooner or later. Take a listen to Fredro Starr’s diss freestyle toward DMX below. Are you feeling it?


UPDATE:

Shout out to Disqus @disqus_3iDWBAoCwg for putting me on to the origin of the DMX / Fredro Starr issue. Apparently, DMX blew up Fredro Starr’s spot as a hater on a recent interview with the Breakfast Club in NYC. The origin of their “beef” stems from a woman who DMX allegedly had a baby with who Fredro Starr claims to have introduced to him. The woman was originally sleeping with Fredro, but left him for DMX at an industry party. DMX says that Fredro was still texting the girl knowing that she as with him and he claims to have seen the text messages.

Fredro tells the story a little differently. You can check out Fredro’s side of the story on his Tales Of The Industry series (Ep. 4).

“This episode was never released and tucked in the archives out of respect for X’s situation at the time as well as his ongoing troubles…”

Check out the episode below.

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