The whole world was stunned this past Sunday when a diss track directed at Roc Nation rapper J.Cole came out from 17-year-old Diggy Simmons

NEW MUSIC: Diggy Simmons Disses J.Cole On “What You Say To Me”

Entitled “What You Say To Me,” Diggy went smack at J.Cole for “lying” about an alleged sexual encounter with his old sister Vanessa Simmons

Diggy stopped by 99.1 KGGI radio station and explained the leaked J.Cole diss song. 

“No big story behind it. It was just that over a year ago my sister told me that he (J.Cole) was saying he did this that and the third with her because they went to the same college. They didn’t even really know each other like that. Then she also told me that he subliminally talked about her in a song called “Purple Rain,” which was also false. it was just me sticking up for my family.”

NEW MUSIC: J.Cole “Grew Up Fast”

J.Cole’s “Purple Rain” was made over two years ago, so when asked about the timeliness of the diss, Diggy responded:

“I did that record last year. It’s a little over a year old. I was going to put it out, but I felt like it wasn’t appropriate. But that’s my sister so it’s family over everything.” 

It’s always family first for the Simmons clan and Diggy came out swinging. 

Check out Diggy’s explanation in the video above!

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