Rapper Accused Of Stealing Schoolboy Q Verse Releases Diss Track

(AllHipHop News) Schoolboy Q and Jem Cretes went from collaborators to rivals in less than a week. Last Sunday (March 23rd), Jem Cretes responded to Schoolboy Q’s accusing him of stealing one of Q’s verses with a diss track entitled “Schoolboy Q Response (Hustled All My Life)”.

According to the description in the YouTube post, the second verse is aimed “directly at SchoolBoy Q for his Fairy Tales and being a Cry Baby”. The second verses even makes reference to Kendrick Lamar’s Section 80 album and song “Regan Era”:

Used to be my mans, bruh/Now you forced my hands, bruh/Talking sh*t, you just a lame/Male females be all the same – I walked my pains, keep it lit/Off the chains, please free my d*ck/All these haters all want favors/Now or Later, he the b*tch/I’m chasing it, gotta get what’s mine/Replace a b*tch that’s got no spine/Mama raised me, section 80, Reagan Era, not fugazi/It’s f*ck you, pay me/Look in the mirror, f*ck your lady

Check out Cretes diss response to Schoolboy Q, entitled “Schoolboy Q Response (Hustled All My Life)” below:

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KllaBkbfr60]

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