Diggy Simmons Disses J. Cole, Again
Diggy Releases J. Cole Diss Track
If you thought the bubbling beef between a 17-year-old rapper and an emcee 10 years his senior was long over, you apparently thought very wrong. Diggy Simmons is continuing to perpetuate the rap beef between himself and J. Cole and has released a new track calling out the rapper by name. As previously reported, the 27-year-old and the teen first had issues when Simmons mentioned him in the track “What You Say To Me.” After hearing that J. Cole bragged of having relations with his sister, Vanessa, the teenager went off. “Little n***a think he Cole, think he live like me / Jet setter, trend setter – yeah you not like me / Can’t find a girl you know that do not like me / I can’t find a girl I know, that knows you / You local, wasn’t even poppin’ in the school you used to go to …” he rapped.
Just last week J. Cole made mention of Diggy in a freestyle seemingly trying to put an end to the youngster’s vendetta against him. “Picture me hating on a young n— with talent, caked out on his allowance,” rapped Cole. Unfortunately for him, however, a new diss from the Simmons son surfaced. On the track “Falls Down” Diggy mentions J. Cole by his government name and later accuses him of having daddy issues with Jay-Z. Cole is signed to the rapper’s Roc Nation record label and has been taunted previously for having a lack of support from the Brooklyn emcee.
“I guess I rattled you snaggle tooth, you know better/Thought J stood for Jermaine, not for jet setter/You seen me and shook my hand, copping pleas in person/Now you act less than a man, mentioning me in verses/Now you used to have dreams of my big sister kissing ya/Now you have nightmares of her little brother dissing ya,” raps Diggy on the track.
Power 105′s “The Breakfast Club” got their hands on the diss in its entirety, listen to Diggy lay into J. Cole yet again.–danielle canada