It was all good just a few months ago…
Earlier this year, Diggy Simmons released a diss record titled, ‘What you Say’, aimed at J. Cole after he heard a 2010 track where Cole subliminally rapped about hooking up with Diggy’s sister Vanessa while in college. [You can hear that here]. After the Diggy track was released, J. Cole stayed relatively quiet and the two called a truce back in July.
Everything seemed kosher until this past weekend, when J. Cole fired the beef back up. While performing on the BET’s Music Matters tour with Kendrick Lamar in Charlotte, he spit a freestyle taking shots at Diggy:
‘Picture me hating on a young ni–a with talent
Album flopped, but it’s cool, he caked out on his allowance…’
Soon after, word got back to Tyrese who hopped on Twitter and took a shot at J. Cole, while defending Diggy: Continue reading
Do we really care? Not really….but pop the hood to listen to J.Cole discuss the minor beef with Diggy Simmons.
And this is news because…….we posted it.
Diggy Simmons does not play when it comes to his family…especially his sisters Angela and Vanessa.
Over the weekend, Twitter went insane when Diggy released a song titled, ‘What You Say To Me’, dissing J. Cole. On the track, Diggy takes shots at J. Cole for subliminally rapping about his sexual encounters with Vanessa Simmons on a 2010 track titled ‘Purple Rain’Diggy also wasn’t too happy about J. Cole mentioning his name along with Vanessa’s in another song he released in February, titled ‘Grew Up Fast’. In it, J. Cole rapped ‘you n-ggas is not Russell, You more Diggy, Me, I’m more Biggie‘ and a few lines later, ‘What Up Vanessa, I loved you that one semester‘. Continue reading
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First it was Drake and Common and now next up to bat in this week’s edition of ridiculous rap beefs is Diggy Simmons vs. J. Cole. Diggy released a diss track towards J. Cole that had twitter on fire last night. To catch you up to speed on the origins of the beef, back in February, after J. Cole reached two million followers on twitter, he released a track for his fans titled ‘Grew Up Fast’ where he name dropped Diggy in the first verse: Continue reading
J. Cole might officially be one of the coolest kids on the block. The Roc Nation rapper released the video for his latest single “Nobody’s Perfect” featuring none other than Missy Elliott. Ms. Elliott’s return to the screen marks her first video in years. A reflective Cole raps in his bedroom, while a glammed-up Missy plays his neighbor and therapist in the Colin Tilley-directed clip. Pop the hood to watch the new school meet the old school.
It’s a Cole World!