Turk Reacts To BG Dissing Lil Wayne, Said He Did Not Support The Diss
According to the 42-year-old artist, the song in question is undeniably great, embodying musical excellence. However, he noted a significant shift in the atmosphere when the diss segment is introduced. Personally, Turk conveyed his opinion that the diss was an unwarranted addition to an otherwise commendable track.
Echoing B.G.'s sentiments, he acknowledged that the hip-hop community often employs a specific language and tone, highlighting their distinct way of expression. Despite his reservations, Turk acknowledged that B.G. approached the situation like a man, addressing the matter directly.B.G., part of the legendary Hot Boys, reignited the feud with Lil Wayne on the track "Gangstafied" with Finesse2Tymes.
“I think that song is a great song. Everything, man, is cool until the diss come on, y’know what I’m saying? Like me, personally, I don’t feel that was needed, but like B.G. said, we do have a certain way that we talk, and he did came and he cleared it out like a man.”
“My n-gga Boosie went home and my dawg was steady blowing/ My n-gga Weezy steady touring but he’s a bitch and it’s showing/ I’m still a living legend, don’t act like you didn’t know it/ But they had my hands tied, caught up on that chain gang/ Just like on the streets, all through the pen you know my name rang,” B.G. rapped to close out the track.
Known for hits like "Bling Bling" and "I Need a Hot Girl," the Hot Boys left a lasting impact on rap and popular culture in the late '90s with their lyrics and trendsetting slang.
After the diss track's release, B.G. clarified that Lil Wayne is still family, but their relationship remains complicated. This incident adds a new layer to the ongoing saga between the Hot Boys members, offering insights into their dynamics and the intricacies of their connections in the rap industry.
The evolution of their relationships continues to be a topic of interest for fans and observers in the ever-evolving landscape of rap news.