So, this is where we at with it? Strange. When rap battles were really poppin from recording artists of note, a rapper would diss and then a rapper would hit the studio and reply - immediately. On Aug. 11, 2011 Jay and Ye released their Watch The Throne album, where Jay said something about Lady Money and Baby Money. On "Its Good," Lil Wayne replied on Tha Carter IV. He said:
Talkin ’bout baby money? I got your baby money
Kidnap your b1tch, get that ‘how much you love your lady’ money
I know you fake ni99a, press your brakes ni99a
I’ll take you out, that’s a date ni99a
I'm a grown a$$ blood, stop playin with me
Play a$$h0le and get an a$$ whippin’
I think you pu$$y cat ha, hello kitty
I just throw the alley-oop to Drake Griffin
That was August 29, 2011 that that Carter album dropped. Now almost 2 years later, Jay sneak attacks Lil Wayne for his new album Magna Carta Holy Grail.
“Wanna kidnap wifey/ good luck with that bruh/you must gonna hide your whole family/ what you think we wearing black for/ ready for that war/you ain’t ready yo!”
Do you think Weezy will reply this year again?
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The man accused of fatally shooting Addarren Ross, the rapper known as Lil’ Snupe, surrendered to authorities today.
Tony D. Holden, 36, of Winnfield, turned himself at 10:15 a.m. today at the Winnfield Police Department. Police Chief Johnny Ray Carpenter and Assistant Police Chief Russell Jones took Holden into custody without incident, police Lt. Charles Curry said.
Lil’ Snupe was signed to Maybach Music artist Meek Mill’s label Dreamchasers earlier this year. Mill considered the young artist his protege'.
Just after 4 a.m. Thursday, police responding to a call to Maplewood Apartments in the 1900 block of South Jones Street in Winnfield found Ross had been shot at least twice in his torso. Winn Parish coroner’s investigators pronounced the 18-year-old Jonesboro resident dead at the scene.
Authorities say an argument preceded the shooting. "We are told they were betting on a video game," Curry told The Times on Friday evening. "Supposedly he (Holden) robbed him (Ross) of money," Curry said as explanation of the robbery charge.