There appears to be some more R&Beef going on in the game right now. On Tory Lanez’s new album Memories Don't Die, the Toronto crooner appears to have taken a few jabs at fellow R&B singer Eric Bellinger on the song “Hate To Say,” making fun of his hairstyle and viral attempts. “R&B niggas with Sisqó haircuts, wildin' and stylin’/ They dissin', guess they just tryna go viral, I feel,” he spits. The shot was aimed at Bellinger who currently wears his hair short and blonde like Sisqo once did and serves as a response to Bellinger’s “stealing” allegations that he claimed Tory likes to do.
Well on Monday, Bellinger wanted some respect on his name and decided to respond to the shade he’s been receiving on wax with the song “Yikes,” where he event jumps on the instrumental from Tory’s “Hate to Say,” the original track he feels he was slandered on first.
“I’m not a fan of confrontation. I’m not sure what to expect I’m not trying to be in the streets and we brawling all over Instagram,” Bellinger told HHDX. “But as hard as Tekashi 6ix9ine is out here going out niggas, I was just like ‘fuck it!’ I gotta do this song. If we wanna say something, cool. And I’m gonna come right back on his ass!”
Take a listen to Bellinger’s diss and let us know what you think. Look for his Eazy Call album to be dropping next month.
First time you stole my shit, I nevermind it, wasn’t stressin
Second time you did it, okay now this needs addressing
Like any artist with my craft, I work hard
I thought you would understand but you was focused on the car
(Are you stupid?)
I don’t know a person that could make it through the challenges
I see on a daily nigga, you don’t know how bad it is
We live in a day and age where they don’t know what talent is
Yo' only talent is mimicking anyone that’s talented