Chase Banz and King Yella didn’t hold anything back in their fiery diss track aimed at the music industry.
The two South Side artists unleash their rage against the machine for its unwillingness to sign underground Chiraq talent despite their proven track record.
Chase opens the track, rapping, “F-ck that n-gga Drake. F-ck that n-gga Jay-Z. F-ck that n-gga Rick Ross. Yall ain’t rocking with us, then take a loss.”
He continues, rapping, “Yall tryna say yall don’t see us making moves/Dropping hits and getting them views/This sh-t real, this clout life, this sh-t real/We doing shows, we selling out with no deal/We making money, we don’ need yall to get a damn mil.”
The harsh bars don’t stop there. Yella has turn, rapping, “Yall gon let us in, yall gon let us in/Kicking down the door with my little friend/Heard Birdman and Wayne, they done kissed again/Heard Young Thug calling n-ggas boo again/Rich Homie Quan, Clout Boys saved you at that show.”
Yella is referring to the infamous brawl that occurred during Rich Homie’s Racine, WI concert at 3 Monkeys.
A concertgoer allegedly attempted to jack his watch.
“You gone get your b-tch a-- slapped,” Rich Homie told the concertgoer before slapping him.
Rich Homie got some major assistance from Chiraq’s JoJo World camp during the melee.
Lil Jay, FBG Duck, Billionaire Black and Swagg Dinero were involved in the rumble.
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