Jay-Z is the king of subliminal disses. Most of the time, rappers and fans have to dissect his lyrics trying to figure out who he is going at. But Hov obviously wasn't too worried about MC Hammer replying back to his diss on Kanye West's "So Appalled" record, because he mentioned him by name.
“Hammer went broke so you know I'm more focused. I lost 30 mill, so I spent another 30 / ’cause unlike Hammer, 30 mill can’t hurt me.” Jigga spit on the track.
Well, Hammer was listening and he's heated. Replying to Jay, both on Twitter and on film by releasing a video showing him hitting a punching bag
"Warming up... all substance.. no hype... What's the rhyme that can make you tough??? Yeah.. Ok... thats what I thought.. Slap the taste out them #HellBoys mouths... #IamHammer," is written in the video description.
"Hellboy" is the nickname Hammer has given Jay-Z, possibly referring to rumors that Hov is a satanist.
Hammer became famous and wildly popular in the late 80's and early 90's with songs like "U Can't Touch This."
He made millions, and then lost most of it due to bad investments and lavish spending that included a $12 million dollar crib. So that Jigga line has got him feeling like he's gotta fight back....literally.
This is a strange beef. Check out Hammer, who recently became an MMA promoter, going at his punching bag (Jigga) in the video below.
"Here we go,,,just like I thought a hater called Jusus piece,,smfh! You just wait all day to hear news about 50 just so u can hate on him,,and you wouldn't be any more stupider to mention that 'bipolar stripper a** mr potatoe head…"
"Tribute? This snake wouldn't even give his mom 2 nickels to rub together LOL. He made sure to get in another car after the club. And GREATEST OF ALL TIME... My A**!!! He was good, but not better than alot of ppl."
"Fifty will not release Animal Ambition..lol HE will come up with another excuse. S*** will be trash. Dre can't save yo career. Em can't save yo career. Good thing you have that Vitamin Water money because this hip hop paper has dried up…"
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