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Diggy beefing with J Cole? *J Cole Diss Track*

Sigh....can hip hop/music beef even be taken seriously anymore? What happened to the days of Jay Z vs Nas? That Ether track was epic. I will even take the 50 cent and Ja Rule diss...but now it seems beef is everywhere for every reason. The good thing about music beef is it provides entertainment and sends social media sites like Twitter into a frenzy. Lol

So Diggy (yep Rev Run's son) has recently entered the rap game and is a big hit with the teenage crowd, and I will admit I dig a few songs off his mixtape and his album. The rest of the world has not been so accepting, and with this latest stunt he isnt helping his cause. Diggy leaked a song entitled, "What You Say To Me"which is a diss song aimed towards J Cole. Apparently on J Cole's song Purple Rain, J Cole hints at the fact that he slept with Vanessa (Diggy's older sister) and Diggy isnt a fan of the line. Lol.

You gotta respect the fact that he is defending his brother and sister...hell Im sick of people asking him if JoJo is jealous of him. Lol. You cant deny that Diggy has a decent flow and destined for stardom, I just never pegged him as a diss song kind of guy...I mean he said he would never curse in his lyrics. I personally think the song is dope. 

Check out the diss track below...did Diggy come hard? Will J Cole respond?

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