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2 Chainz Denies Biting Lil Reese’s Hook On Lil Herb’s ‘On My Soul’: I Don’t Listen To F*ck N*ggas



2 Chainz issued a subliminal statement in response to claims he bit Lil Reese’s hook on his new track “Wuda Shuda Cuda” featuring Lil Boosie.

Chainz dropped the track a couple weeks ago.



“I don’t listen to regular radio I don’t listen to satellite and I dam sholl don’t listen to f*ck nuggas !Grownassman.com play wit it!” he wrote.



Despite 2 Chainz’ stance, the hook on the track is very much similar to Lil Reese’s hook on Lil Herb’s “On My Soul.” Reese raps, “You’s a woulda, shoulda, coulda n***a.”



Lil Reese publicly called out the Atlanta rapper on Twitter for biting his rhymes.

“2 chains old a-- weak Af for dat hook tell him I said it yea he know wat I’m Tom bout……#300,” he wrote.




Reese coincidently called out old rappers in this track, rapping, “These old a-- rappers they old as f*ck they needa to sit down and get to it.”

Reese later posted he is not accusing 2 Chainz, but stating the obvious.

“Ain’t Accused s*t it’s the truth I’m just givin yu the the real dese industry n****s suck 2 me,” he wrote.



Fans instantly took notice of 2 Chainz’ antics after he dropped the track. Reese retweeted their responses.





Reese issued a subliminal statement, writing, “Bite bite bite til ya teeth hurt lol…#300.”




Reese acknowledged industry rappers taking Chicago’s style during an interview with DJ MoonDawg.

“It don’t even really be official, but they take it. They can’t have it, though. I’m official with it,” he said.



Lil Reese is not going to let the 2 Chainz’ move affect him negatively. The Def Jam now says he is going to go harder.

“Dat s**t ain’t do nun but make me finna turn up even harder,” he wrote.

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