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BADRAPPBEEF: Lil B vs. Joe Buddens Explained

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Lil B – “T-Shirt And Buddens (Joe Buddens Diss)

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from Limelinx (Internet, 2010)

This just in from the news nobody actually cares about but will talk about anyway because we’re bored on the internet department: Lil B and Joe Buddens have been embroiled in a twitter beef. I haven’t done a RAPP BEEF WRAPP UPP in a little while because that shit is just not interesting anymore but since people seemed worked up that I didn’t address the punch heard around the world (is this site usually your first stop for youtube/worldstar fuckery play-by-plays?) and because it has spilled over into the realm of rap music I guess I’ll have at it.

In a lot of ways Buddens, who is wholly insufferable as both a rapper and an internet persona, is like the evil version of B. Both are immersed in the internet at an almost creepy level and use it for the purpose of passion, productivity and attention grabbing antics. Except where B generally uses these techniques in the interest of positivity, Joe’s toxically negative in his approach. Joe’s easily the better rapper on a technical level but he’s got an extra ten years or so under his belt to account for that. And his music lacks the ideas, charisma and creativity that truly make the Based God worth paying attention to.

In chasing down the timelines it’s hard to tell exactly how the altercation started, but here’s my rough outline. B had been doing his usual twitter mindspill and talking up his new idea of a #grey race.


It’s a cheesy and childishly optimistic idea [1] but cheesy and childish are pretty much the core tenets of Lil B, if you haven’t noticed. From what I can tell Buddens picked up on B’s #grey ideology out of left field and began clowning him for it.[2] Because Joe Buddens loves racism or whatever.

And B, being cheesy and childlike, responded like a fan at first, but also introduced the idea of a sparring match. Joe, being that toxically negative dude, continued to be toxically negative. This unleashed a rambling back and forth [3] that isn’t really worth screencapping. You already know how it plays out if you know anything about the artists. B rambled in all caps while ricocheting between overbearing positivity, gibberish and playful chiding. Joe took the overbearing sarcastic dickhead defensive stance [4] [5] lunchtable cool kid style. And there you go, we have the first rap beef started over an internet discussion pertaining to a fictional and amorphous race.

Always quick to the trigger, B sent the first actual recorded shot with “T-Shirts and Buddens,” [6] talking a gang of shit but also being pretty clear that it was all in good fun. (If you didn’t forget, fun was once the whole point of this little thing called hip hop.)

And the track is just that, fun. B gets in some good jabs at Joe about his oldness and baldness, knocks out some strong bars particularly in the first verse. Keyboard Kid’s beat is appropriately triumphant. The internet reception has been mostly positive.[7] But let’s be real: it’s also a really sloppy record, often structurally so unsound that its difficult to listen to. There are several instances where B squeezes too many words into a bar or spends a lot of time rhyming the same word with itself and not doing so in a very creative manner. Many of his punchlines barely make sense. These types of slips are anything but uncommon to B’s work but they’re amplified by context here. I’m all for deconstructionist Based Freestyles and all adlib voice as instrument shit in the right setting but rap warfare is not that scenario. You don’t step into the cypher with dirty Vans. Had B had spent an extra hour or two polishing his flow and choosing his words more carefully it really could have been a destructively etherous affair. Instead it’s just going to evoke a string of “hey this is better than I expected”s. Which isn’t quite enough.

This mess also raises the larger question of what B’s intent is from here on out. He’s been generating a massive buzz on the rap internet [8] as of late, certainly much bigger than I could have ever anticipated when I first heard him rap about the East Bay Vivarium over ambient synth wooshes some eighteen months ago. But what does he intend to do with it? As great as these blatant Worldstar/Twitter controversies are for general awareness (and his attention craved ego) they are far from the most interesting traits that he has to offer. The Budden beef would have been a great clearly delineated moment for him to show the world that he can actually rap sometimes and I think he kind of blew it. Hopefully the forthcoming Black Ken is the tape where he gets his shit together and focuses on rapping well or at least making a cohesive product. Lest he become the next Joe Buddens, an artist whose catalog is less memorable than his internet persona.

As for the beef itself, Joe has yet to record a repsonse but has, perhaps sarcastically, said that he intends to. I’m not sure if his mind is complex enough. B’s self deprecating approach has rendered him sort of bulletproof. What’s Joey gonna do, call him a faggot? We might not even find out – shortly after declaring “T-Shirts & Buddens” “BEST DISS RECORD SINCE NAS ‘ETHER’” [9] B took to apologizing profusely on twitter.

This is what people in the real world call the high road [10] and what people on the internet call the faggot bitch fail road. B’s on the internet profusely and in the real world sparingly so that means he’s once again that faggot bitch in the eyes of some anonymous haters. But it seems like he’s has a thick enough skin to handle that.

In other news B just announced his first NYC show, which I believe is also his first solo show as a headliner. Will Buddens roll through?

[1] And suspiciously similar to the Human Being mascot from TV’s Community.
[2] Understandable, because Joe Buddens has never ever ever said dumb shit on the internet.
[3] Very one sided on the Based division, obviously. I’m pretty sure that guy has a Twitter app running on the inside of his brain.
[4] JERSEY! (I say this with both pride and shame.)
[5] Always a classy guy, Joe also responded to a random Lil B fan by calling her a fat bitch. Again, JERSEY! (FWIW she didn’t look noticeably fat n her profile picture but maybe Joe has higher standards than I do.)
[6] At last a rap song! Rappers rapping > rappers doing other things.
[7] Even the ever hungry Bol came close to complementing it and I can’t remember the last time that dude came out in favor of a rap song that wasn’t penned by an overweight and white conspiracy theorist. Though his opinion is no doubt tainted by his long standing lovers quarrel with Buddens and his gang of groupies.
[8] And not “internet buzz” in the sense that a couple blogs have decided to post his music but a tangible attention level where people are actually talking about his work both positively and negatively. Most of the rap message boards I steal ideas from currently have sprawling B threads running on their front page, as do a surprising number of non-rap message boards.
[9] I would be remiss if I didn’t take this chance to once again mention that “Ether” isn’t actually all that great of a diss record. Actually it suffers from some of the same problems as “T-Shirt & Buddens.”
[10] The deeply saddening sentence “he was making fun of me over twitter when I was saying really positive stuff” probably sums up this whole debacle better than the 1200 words and two hours I just wasted trying to.

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70 Responses to “BADRAPPBEEF: Lil B vs. Joe Buddens Explained”

  1. POSK Says:

    Hands down, most entertaining rapper out.

  2. Mongo Says:

    On your go-to cynical critic dick shit you would call this a faggot bitch fail road if Lil B wasn’t you’re artist. At the same time, I like how you’re cautiously beginning to curb your enthusiasm about this kid now that the mainstream is taking notice, as you so emphatically demanded once upon a time, and the backlash is beginning.

  3. petter417 Says:

    “And there you go, we have the first rap beef started over an internet discussion pertaining to a fictional and amorphous race.”

    nice

  4. BENJY Says:

    noz do you consider yourself a toxically negative dude? cause i kinda do. but in a good way.

  5. RMG Says:

    lil b> joe buddens East Bay 510

  6. noz Says:

    “noz do you consider yourself a toxically negative dude? cause i kinda do. but in a good way.”

    That saddens me deeply. I love music so much and even when I am hating it am doing so because I love it. If you read that as negativity then you are either misreading my work or I am miswriting my work.

  7. noz Says:

    Seriously brother when I read shit like that it makes me want to quit completely and go back to just putting my close friends up on music. I’m obviously failing miserably if you think negativity is the end goal here.

  8. MF Says:

    Man, Keyboard Kid really has beats.

    I saw this last night after he’d just released the song and was Tweeting that he’d just pwned Budden.

    Really disappointed to see that B’s actually a fan of a peasant like Budden and paid money for his shit on iTunes.

  9. hl Says:

    Thanks fot clearing that up.

    Lil B > Joey

  10. ashamed at you Says:

    when the hell did this site become lil b’s fan page? this guy sucks and you lost all credibility nos. so sad.

  11. jay_will Says:

    Are you seriously thinkin that lil b can hang with buddens?! Y’all must be some young cats that’s knows nothing if so..budden will murder him bar for bar

  12. DR. NO Says:

    I think “T-shirt and Buddens” is pretty great. I mean I have a few hundred B songs downloaded so I know he’s capable of better on a technical level but he just sounds so amped and like he’s having so much fun, and Buddens takes himself so seriously and only does really redundant ‘lyrical’ manic depressive rap, I think B’s tact was pretty effective.

    I think maybe since you’ve championed his work as a writer / critic (and maybe just as a fan) you’d like him to put his best foot forward in a very calculated, strategic, public way. But Lil B isn’t gonna play by the rules, he’ll either somehow succeed at breaking the paradigm (which he has done up til this point albeit in an under the radar kind of way) or he’ll be spit out of the rap world and he’ll only appear on marginal indie stuff. I hope for the former, but there’s no way to predict B’s evolution.

  13. Santana Says:

    Joey’s got punchlines, but not much else that I care for. Truth be told he could probably “ether” Based God, but that is more so because B puts himself out there in a way that makes him vulnerable to clowning. I can’t be mad at that, but I can be mad at everything Buddens puts on the internets.

    Noz, I feel like people are misinterpreting your Criticism for Hate or Negativity. Also, people seem pretty sore about that whole panning of Drake’s likkle album. People fail to understand that Criticism is not about loving the records, it is about Critiquing them, hopefully in a coherent way. The internet is good at creating sheep. I mean, I like Lil B, but I don’t love all of his work and think some of it is downright hard to listen to.

    Rap critics or bloggers or whatever do just that by definition: critique. Don’t let that shit get you down, big homey.

  14. faux_rillz Says:

    Why would anyone describe Noz as toxically negative?

    Sometimes I think the people who poast in the comments section of this blog must be really young and don’t understand some of the fundamental tenets of criticism. Or never experienced Ego Trip.

  15. LIL B Says:

    NOZ U ARE NOT EVERYONE1 HAS A WEIRD OPPION ON COMMENTS JUST LIKE IM THAT WEIRD GUY IN RAP ITS ALWASY SUM1 TAKING COMMENTS VERY NEGATIVELY.

    BUT NO1 IS TAKING NOZ WRITING ASA NEGATIVE AT ALL THATS VERY FAR FETCHED TO SAY

    VERY TRUE AND WELL THOUGHT OUT TO ME

  16. Pat Says:

    This aint the real Lil B, quit bullshittin

  17. TropicalPigeons Says:

    This is a fucked up analysis. What kind of snake ass rhetoric is this, Noz?

    You didnt start listening to B, start relentlessly covering him, because you thought he had the sharpest flow in the game (no offense young based god, much respect and admiration due). You liked him for all other reasons which have already been discussed ad noseaum (sp? w/e i dont care). To expect him to release a super coherent, super sharp, lyrically immaculate, diss song that didn’t use the same words to rhyme with one another is totally naive and contradicts the reasons you liked him in the first place. He lives online, he’s having fun, and this – like most of the rest of his work – was funny and loopy, and surprisingly caustic in its own way. If you think its gonna be played on Hot97 by funkmasterflex or break down the conservative barriers constructed by the unadventurous, semi-insecure listeners of mainstream rap who fawn over every eminem release, well, you are wrong.

  18. hiphopzpop Says:

    lol can’t b the real based god because the based god can never die..& Noz ur the shit homie, don’t let fag shit comments harm u

  19. LIL B Says:

    THE 2ND LIL B IS A FAKE AND A FAG FOR MAKING A FAKE COMMENT
    @LILBTHEBASEDGOD

    I HATE U FUCKING COMMENTERS THAT ARE FAKERS AND HATERS
    SUCK MY DICK BITCH

  20. andrewmatson Says:

    Noz, don’t quit. You’re the best at what you do.

    Lil B, don’t quit. You’re breaking new ground. But more “Age of Information” and “I’m God” please.

    Have a gr8 summer and stay sweet.

  21. noz Says:

    “To expect him to release a super coherent, super sharp, lyrically immaculate, diss song that didn’t use the same words to rhyme with one another is totally naive and contradicts the reasons you liked him in the first place.”

    I wasn’t expecting it, I was hoping. He has the ability to do it and it would have been a great opportunity to display that.

  22. DR. NO Says:

    I still don’t get the ‘age of information hype. It’s decent, but probably not even in my top 50 Lil B joints.

  23. ashamed at you Says:

    when did cocaine blunts become the official little boy fan club site? this shit is disgusting.

  24. noz Says:

    This is the third Lil B post here in as many months.

  25. Realshit101 Says:

    Noz Fuck the haters..man ur posts are thoughtful and i enjoy them..keep them goin! ithought this was a great analysis of wat happened. keep it up…and to all u haters man..eat a dick…wit aids on the tip lmao..but nah really who cares if he does a posts on LIL B here and there..U guys are that anti Lil’ b??? im tired of people blaming the new artists for hip-hops failures!!!! Talk to he old ass Niggas in the game who ain’t put they lil homies on game and really challenge society…u forget they help make hip-hop wat it is today huh..all the bling era and superficial bullshit! think for a second…then comment wit somethin intelligent.

  26. Sunshine Does Not Need To Be Weaponized. Says:

    Toxically negative.

    That’s when you positive fuckheads know you’ve jumped the shark. When positive isn’t enough anymore. You have to over reach and characterize any overt cynicism as “toxically negative”.

    Toxically? I know it sounds clever when you write shit like that but it’s just overstated. Critical thinking is not going to infect people virally. The in fact, the human mind’s mechanism against any idealogical virus is critical thinking.

    Can’t wait ’til a measure of sensibility is restored and we all return to a real faith in positivity with the understanding that there’s not some moreal imperative to desperately demand it from everyone and everything all of the time. Live isn’t like that and it’s a bad practice to expect it to be.

    Buddens is a pessimist. There’s room for that. Toxically negative? To a fucking dim wit maybe.

    B is getting a little old to be living in that haze. It’s normal for a teenager to think so idealistically but he’s probably headed toward being a complete fucking Bus Nut.

  27. brad Says:

    If people think your only purpose is to say that B.O.B. sold out or give Drake’s album a bad review or shit on the latest XXL freshmen, then they’re coming here for a different reason than I am. I come here to be put up on artists that might not otherwise grab my attention (Lil B is actually a good example of this) and to read some good writing about the shit that I’m already into.

    None of the above mentioned pieces came across as mean-spirited (I enjoyed all three of them). I see the ‘negative’ pieces as an opportunity to ratchet down some of the overindulgent, unjustified praise heaped on some artists by your peers. And that’s a good service to be providing, I think.

  28. B.S. Says:

    What Brad said.

  29. Detroit P Says:

    Good Analysis of the situation…but I think Lil B’s form of diss was appropriate….I think the “he’s better than I thought”‘s are better than if he released a super lyrical diss song that dismantled Budden..because that would give new listeners the idea that thats what the majority of his music must sound like..and then when they went to youtube to research his other music and saw songs like I’m the Devil or something, it would be a huge let down for them and they wouldnt check for his stuff, because their first impression of him gave them the wrong idea.

    whenever you listen to a new artist you start to create this framing of who that artist is…and a super lyrical diss wouldve framed him all wrong in terms of growing a fanbase for the majority of his material…this quirky comedic diss..framed Lil b the right way so that when people go looking for more, they’ll find what they were looking for in his other songs….instead of looking for this coherence that he doesnt usually have in alot of his material and then being dissapointed and let down and saying “oh this guys really just wack”..

  30. Detroit P Says:

    …On another note…your Drake review is pure toxic negativity…and though it was well written…it was a complete waste of time to read.

    “He may well be the first fully industry-manufactured rap star.”
    ^^^
    Yea cus Lil Bow Wow was Grindin on the circuit for a while…Too much hate in your blood has you sayin crazy shit like this…And I guess Drake didnt release 2 good mixtapes that went ignored.

    “any rube with even the vaguest idea about great art believes that it must come from pain.”
    ^^^
    Lol…for real? seriously….Great Art can come from anything that inspires a great artist..this is just childish hate. too many assumptions about who drake is as a person spoiled your ability to listen to him.

  31. noz Says:

    Well Drake’s album is pure toxic negativity. Because of that I really struggled with the review. I’m not very satisfied with how it turned out.

    Regardless that sort of piece represents a very small minority of my writing.

  32. Detroit P Says:

    Oh no doubt you’re a great writer, with an interesting opinion especially amongst hip hop blogs…I was just sayin..

  33. Chris Cool Says:

    lol @ joe budden bein a legend. u got it right comparing joe to the cool kid at the lunch table, but his jokes were extra corny.

  34. AK Says:

    Budden is a technically-aight rapper who makes bad music. Slaughterhouse’s album was kind of like the G3 tour.

    I, for one, definitely cracked the hell up at several points during “T-Shirt & Buddens,” which I think qualifies as a win.

    Drake’s album deserves toxic levels of negativity, because it is itself toxic. Loving art means sometimes having to take a negative stance.

  35. jimb0 Says:

    are you a fan of community noz?

  36. david Says:

    i tip my hat to lil b he chooses his battles wiseley:

    he went and found the one rapper that sucks more than him

    by the way the grey race? not an origional idea…can it be lil b likes bad religion

    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j199/MaxLancer/UploadThumbs/Bad20Religion-The20Gray20Race-front.jpg

  37. TSF Says:

    Wow, Lil’ B’s diss is the funniest thing I’ve heard in a while!

    “Joe Buddens… you’re just ass.”

  38. noz Says:

    “are you a fan of community noz?”

    Yes. I celebrate Chevy Chase’s whole oeuvre as well as his bank.

  39. maynholup Says:

    noz – de drake review was spot-on mayn. you broke down his – punchlines nicely, dat shit annoying az fuck.

    this diss iz amazing. i liked mood muzik 2 when it dropped but den buddens did dat online tv shit it wuz corny b murked him even if joe responds, b is 32 levels above dhis shit

  40. MF Says:

    Gotta disagree about Budden being the cool guy at the lunch table. Budden has never been anything approaching any form of cool.

    Budden is more like the guy who somehow made the school football team, but then got benched and spends every game after that making jealous catcalls from it and picking on the smaller kids in the team.

  41. Thomas Says:

    ‘Rappers rapping > rappers doing other things’…Realest shit you ever wrote.

  42. MF POON Says:

    ugh…this sucks

    after not covering that stupid sucker punch shit(i was impressed) I would think you wouldnt cover this shit

  43. peanut Says:

    loled at TROPICALPIGEONS

  44. mitchell Says:

    quality lil b twitter screenshots, i love that shit

    lil b went in like a pope (no homo)

  45. jimb0 Says:

    The guy who plays Abed is really the genius of Community, imo. But yeah the episode where Chase’s character trips is genius and the show has grown a lot in one season. A little off point here but I think everything to be said about Lil B has been said so far and its nice to know heads appreciate TV that isnt or Chappelle’s show.

  46. Beautiful Lou Says:

    “When I see rappers all Im thinkings imma get em”

    …then get em

    make no apologizes

    yuh

  47. tweet beef Says:

    less lil b more schoolly d!

  48. celestino Says:

    Noz is one of the most positive forces in hip-hop criticism.
    we are all lucky to have him in the game. very lucky.
    B is one of the most positive forces we have in HIP-HOP.
    we are all lucky to have him in the game. very lucky.

    keep fightin the good fight.

    The Based Be Blessed.

  49. mike Says:

    not so much a fan of B’s music.. but i read an interview with the guy and he sounds like an allright dude to me.. i wish him success in the music game sounds like he wants it bad..

  50. C.A. All Day Says:

    LMMFAO! R u kiddin me??? Yo, str8 up n download, I dnt listen 2da lil nigga Lil B lyk dat. I heard’m, he cool, not really my brand a spit tho. N lyrically, I nva really been 2impressed wit Budden. However, I’ve been entertained by his online antix. Lyk watchin a fight r sum kinda accident… But az far rhymin? Spittn dat shit? Lil B merked hiz azz! Wut’d he say? Lol “Ya model bitch saved u/ Put chu on da internet cuz dnt knobody play u…” Lol N talkn about he b makin depressin shit, mopin on recordz… Lol Dat shit waz impressive… Big upz Lil B…

  51. TreBangah Says:

    wassup B i c U Breh
    You Go for All this thoe
    im Stayin Based For life
    Breh
    -TreBangah

  52. THEBEAUTIFULLYTOXICSTRUGGLE Says:

    NOZ : “Regardless that sort of piece represents a very small minority of my writing.”

    Stay reppin’ for very small minorities, Noz!

  53. B.S. Says:

    Speaking of Community, another good reason to watch it: Alison Brie.

  54. ri067953 Says:

    This whole thing Joe Budden/Lil B beef is pretty stupid.

  55. puddnheadstobed Says:

    You know about the East Bay Vivarium, Noz? I got a lizard there when I was 10 and she just died two weeks ago.

    Needless to say, I was pretty excited when I first heard “Letter to Brandon”…But the Lake Merritt freestyle was the one that put me on the based bandwagon for good.

  56. nico Says:

    yo, biiiiiiig fan of this site here…

    but was this article really needed? I prefer the Noz that stays away from the topic of internet drama… thought it was coo for you to lay off the whole lil b gettin punched thang cuz it don’t matter in to the world of music, his music matters to the world of music…

    same with this shit, you should’ve just left it alone… no one cares about this soap opera shit.

    Like you see lil bow wow and soulja boy beefin on youtube? Shit is as WACK as it gets, probably well thought and planned out on the part of both artists to get hype and a buzz goin around about them… its all about youtube views and its pretty fucking disgusting

    fuck the haters tho noz, you on your shit 99% of the time here. love the site… where’s the revamp and all the new content you promised tho/

  57. Shelliano aka JihaD Says:

    Noz,

    Wheres the link to your Drake Review?

    JihaD

  58. noz Says:

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127834096

  59. hardköre Says:

    Drake is the anti-christ. The only thing I can say about your review is that it is far to tolerant of him. He fits the schema of these decadent times perfectly, this new subject in the West who only looks at itself but still posess no self-insight, this frightening new anti-humane, unloving and exeptionally uninteresting way of being that on the one hand only finds truth and meaning in self-realization, but this self realization can only be done through the shallow gaze of others, in other words popularity and stardom. These new stars are either neurotic self-loathers on the inside, or they are lacking of souls. And they pass this mentality on to the youth.

    Therefore Lil B is so important, just like Boosie, Z-ro Dirty Boyz, (I can’t think of any other new rap artists on the spot) and other such artists, because they break with this schema. And you are important as a critic for showing people what’s what, thus elevating the importance of the art of rap music, and giving people the artists that excell in it. Thank you Noz.

  60. dj willderness Says:

    I am speechless that Lil B went in over Willie Hutch’s version of “Witchita Lineman”!!!!! I love that song so much. I always wanted to do a beat out of it somehow. Now I am kind of mad that Lil B did it before me, but not too mad because someone had to do it!

  61. Mia Meow Says:

    Wud up im a child hood buddie of b. Tha Boi is just raw.

    http://www.myspace.com/miameowofficial check me out
    Mia meow Rapper/producer/singer/video director

  62. reckful Says:

    wtb moar posts

  63. qeuni Says:

    Check out the blog!

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  64. @GeneralXO Says:

    Im 4rm the Bay Area. I never listened to joe buddens, ever. To me he burnt out after his first cut! Lil B aint my style but he’s new & original so I respect him.

  65. Logical Inconsistency Says:

    @Noz “Yeah maybe I misrepresented his skills with the song selections. He’s able to rap well, he just doesn’t need to. He’s beyond that”

    “But let’s be real: it’s also a really sloppy record, often structurally so unsound that its difficult to listen to. There are several instances where B squeezes too many words into a bar or spends a lot of time rhyming the same word with itself and not doing so in a very creative manner. Many of his punchlines barely make sense. These types of slips are anything but uncommon to B’s work but they’re amplified by context here. I’m all for deconstructionist Based Freestyles and all adlib voice as instrument shit in the right setting but rap warfare is not that scenario. You don’t step into the cypher with dirty Vans. Had B had spent an extra hour or two polishing his flow and choosing his words more carefully it really could have been a destructively etherous affair. Instead it’s just going to evoke a string of “hey this is better than I expected”s. Which isn’t quite enough”

    How is this song any different from all the other songs in Lil B’s catalog? And you contradict yourself. See my quote preceding the one above this. Are you now starting to regret your previous praising of the “Based God”? Is the realization that the critics might have been correct catching up to you? Address the whole message and not the just the parts you want to address.

  66. Smhab Says:

    Wut I don’t get is why you all siting here writing all this bullshit instead of going out in the real word and fuckin som bitches?

  67. Big J Says:

    i thot lil b looked like jesus before the song came out

  68. Asciigod Says:

    This shit is stupid. Sorry. Thanks for trying to wrap it up though, it was a yeoman’s effort.

  69. Based Godds Says:

    Type in (Festo, Real Spit) on Youtube. Based God and Solja Boy making fun of Joe budden

  70. muzikfreak Says:

    smh at NOZ, lil b brings shame to rap,joe is one of the elite rapper, lil b is as good as soulja boy….

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