Joe Budden is not sitting by and let Drake and Meek Mill take all the shine in rap beef.
The New York rapper dropped a new diss song “Making a Murderer (Part 1)” where he went after both Jay Z, Drake and Meek Mill, the latter two are also mortal enemies.
“No alliances with Meek, it’s still f*** him too,” Joe Budden raps. “In fitted sweats with old sneakers, the flow ether / Gassed cause he KO’d Omeeka, no Joe’s deeper / Quick to put extension on singer, that’s Moesha.”
Budden traded a lot of insults on the single which he claimed is a response to a recent jab Drizzy may have made against him on “4PM in Calabasas.”
Here is a snippet of the Jay Z and Drake lyrics.
But since the OG’s Hov, here’s what I wanna know
If ain’t no real ni*** sallowed the f*** would I wanna go?
That’s thinkin’ back to Jay, now let’s get back to Drake
Both too big to respond to all I have to say
Still with all their success and all their accolades
The universe makes it so they come right back to me
Here’s a reminder that we go way back
I mean um, you know for me the kid is practice, Hova
I make these words flip as if they practice yoga
Okay practice over, back to Blacklist, Hova
Listen to the diss track “Making a Murderer (Part 1) below.
The interlude on the song that features Drake telling Budden that is honored to be in his presence is taken from a 2009 video on YouTube. Drake has never confirmed that he was dissing Budden on “4PM in Calabasas.” But somehow the NY rapper felt some type of way about the track.
Watch the video.