What's all the f*cking fuss for, because Jay-Z is grubbin' more?
It seems like every day I wake up, some rapper has a problem with Hov. And why is that?
My quick answer is that all these rappers want to be like Jay.
They want to have the baddest chick in the game. They want to be a Forbes Cash King.
They want to sit down with Warren Buffett and have a conversation about sh*t they can't even understand, but the problem is that they CAN'T, and now everyone is mad.
Jay isn't a stranger to irrelevant rappers coming at his neck, he's actually pretty accustomed to laughing at these dudes who try to throw dirt on his name.
My issue is that every rapper who has publicly admitted their admiration for Jay-Z at one point or another, has eventually attempted to start a rap "beef" with him, but why can't you be quiet and pay homage?
But the funniest thing about this Jay-Z/Lil Wayne beef is while Wayne is feeling himself off his "talkin' bout baby money/I got your baby money/kidnap your bitch/get that 'how much you love your lady money" line, he has Jay-Z's "Lucky Me" lyrics tattooed on his leg and "Lucky Me" tattooed on his neck.
What kind of sh*t is that?
I respect Lil Wayne for coming at Jay hard, but at the end of the day Jay still holds the throne, he's still the cash king, and everyone wants to be like him.
Jay-Z holds the standard as one of the most profitable rappers in the game, and if this hustle is all about the paper chase, then these other rappers are chasing to be like Jay.
Then you have wanna-be relevant rappers like Game, who has been taking shots at Jay consistently for the past few years.
At first thought it's funny, but then you think 'really Game?' do you not have anything else to do besides talk sh*t about Jay-Z all damn day?
If you're not feeling Jay, pay his rich ass no mind.
Jay and 'Ye told ya'll to watch the throne, and ya'll did, and as they're sitting up on their throne, everyone else should pay homage.
Big up that man for taking hip-hop to the next level.
Jay asked where's the love, and apparently, there ain't no love in the heart of rap.