Clipse drops the “Mr. Me Too” video and their sophomore album, Hell Hath No Fury. (2006)
Due to various label difficulties, it took the Clipse four years to drop their sophomore album, Hell Hath No Fury (which is now considered a hip-hop classic.). When the album’s first single, “Mr. Me Too,” dropped, it was a doozy. The song and the video was a clear shot to swagger jackers out there who were, according to the Clipse, biting their style. This included copying their coke rhyme style and their Bathing Ape fashion sense. Not only that, but throughout the album, both Pusha T and Malice dropped little subliminal shots, including this bullet from “Ain’t Cha:”
"Patent leather BAPEs...Uh, uh! Closet like planet of the BAPE! Monkey see, monkey do, monkeys following in place Like I'm living in an episode of Planet of the Apes You're watching the evolution of one of rap's greats You n*ggas trying to take my place? Neva happen...”
Blogs and fans felt like Pusha and Malice were sending shots, even though for the most part the Clipse downplayed the beef.
However, Pusha had time to say this about Wayne during a radio stop in Indiana: “If he’s king, then I’m God.”