When Rick Ross proclaimed himself Big Meech, a famed criminal who is an actual friend of Young Jeezy, it was only a matter of time before Jeezy decided to take some shots at the larger than life rapper. His first salvo was entitled 'The Real B.M.F.' and contained an actual recorded take from the prison-ridden Meech over a new beat. Unfortunately, it didn't hold a candle to Ross' original, so now Jeezy has jumped on the Teflon Don's beat and thrown some pretty pointed disses towards Ross.
Eminem and Rihanna set new YouTube Record with ‘Love The Way You Lie’ video
Karrine "Superhead" Steffans Talks Usher, Diddy, & Ja Rule In Life After
Rick Ross Responds To Young Jeezy's 'Death B4 Dishonor'
Jeezy's remix to 'B.M.F.' is subtitled 'Death B4 Dishonor' and features the following lines: "How you blowin money fast?/ You don't know the crew/ Oh, you part of the fam?/ S--- , I never knew." At minimum, Jeezy is poking fun at Ross' lack of authenticity. More likely, he is taking clear shots at a fellow Def Jam artist without going too overboard. Ross, for his part, didn't quite understand what Jeezy was trying to do with these sorts of tracks.
"I haven't had a chance to talk to the homie," Ross told MTV News. "I really don't know what the thought process was behind it. My record was called 'Blowin' Money Fast.' It confused me that if it was called 'The Real B.M.F.,' I would have called it 'The Black Mafia Family ... ' You know, you may have to ask him. Other than that, we still reppin', we still riding, and [my] record is getting love everywhere. So it's all good."
You can grab the Jeezy 'B.M.F.' remix over at Nah Right or wait for rapper's new '1000 Grams' mixtape coming this Thursday.
CommentsView Comment Thread