It’s still hard to fathom that three years ago, on December 23rd, 2012, Hip-Hop lost Pro Era founder/emcee Capital STEEZ. In the wake of his tragic death, Troy Ave decided to try and disparage STEEZ’s name and legacy in his Joey Bada$$ “BAD ASS” diss.
For those who have been following Jay‘s social media escapades closely, you’ll remember his drunken Periscope antics where he threatened to slap 50 Cent’s head off and calling Kendrick Lamar his son. The rant was followed quickly by a new diss song titled “The Curse of Mayweather.”
I was like a swami to Jay Electronica until he figured Kendrick wouldn’t admit he would body him for a milli
I told Dizzle ‘Keep quiet, I’ma get him, We don’t need dirt on your hands getting the keys to the city, you feel me?’
It hurts when your OG who’s supposed to be a G-O-D
Is standing next to King Kunta feeling like Toby
Moose, what I gotta do boy?
I’m just waiting on your cue to take ’em to school, boy
Watch Soul Brother Number 2 unleash lyrical fury below.