(AllHipHop News) Hip Hop culture has seen many instances of the veterans versus newcomers argument. The most recent example of the clash of generations involves legendary producer Pete Rock and the self-described King Of Memphis Young Dolph.
The dispute began when Rock took issue with Dolph’s song “In My System” playing at his “trap house” listening party with a young boy present. The cut features the lyrics: “I got cocaine runnin’ through my motherf-ckin’ system.”
The 46-year-old production master posted a video of the party on Instagram. The clip’s caption was a direct takedown of Dolph and the content of “In My System.”
What dat fool say? Lil kid right there chillin 😕👎🏾 cocaine running through his veins? This kinda sh-t has got to stop. We gotta raise children better than this. Damn homie
Rock then replied to a user’s comment under the IG video. He called Dolph “trash,” “hot garbage,” and “corny.”
Young Dolph got wind of the statement and responded:
I don’t know u, and u don’t know me aparently [sic]… But u lame as fuk bra
DJ Akademiks captured the exchange on his Instagram page.