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Rick Ross said “f*ck a blog,” and Scarface said “f*ck a rap beef.” 

Besides news about Jay-Z and Beyonce’s baby, Common’s latest Drake diss has been the talk of music town.

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A lot of people have been weighing in on the matter, but rapper Scarface tweeted something very interesting about the seriousness of rap beef, and Rick Ross totally co-signed. 

As we all know, rap beef can turn very serious in a blink of an eye. The hip-hop community lost two great rappers,Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, so we all know that rap beef isn’t for sh*ts and giggles. 

GlobalGrind definitely doesn’t foresee Drake and Common’s beef, if we can call it a “beef,” going any farther than wax, but hey, you never know. 

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In most cases, these rap beefs aren’t actually fueled by the individuals involved. It’s usually perpetuated and instigated by associates around them.

If you haven’t been keeping up with the latest Drake diss, Common released a diss track entitled “You A B*tch.” 

Common rapped: 

“My Motto is/Chicago bitch/everybody know you sweet/ what the problem is/Don’t play dumb I’m the one that acknowledged it/ Son of a bitch I imagine what your father is/ She said how you make your opponent the rapper of the moment/the style he don’t own it/acting all hard when he hardly like that/You gonna mess around and make me catch a body like that/owww.”

“Don’t do it/cuz every song you make Joe is really hoe music/I heard you say you wasn’t a bitch cuz you sing/ you a bitch cuz you cling like a bitch that’s 18/ can’t say my name but rap about a nigga’s wife/you so black and white/ trying to live a n*gga’s life/I’m taking too long with this amateur guy/You ain’t wettin’ nobody n*gga you Canada Dry. ”

Make no mistake/I’m Talking to Drake. It’s the remix , Rick Ross Common and that Hoe ass n*gga. Don’t hide behind them other n*ggas. This is man to man.”

Scarface isn’t saying Drake and Common are going to DIE, per se, but what he is saying is that disrespect in the hip-hop community isn’t taken lightly. 

Rappers have lost their lives over the issue of respect, so even though rap beef is entertaining, it also can turn deadly. 

All GlobalGrind has to say is #f*ckarapbeef!

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