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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Bustalot View Post
    but who won the Easy E and Dre Beef?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWarchief View Post
    alright, you won, Mike
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    The Gay Z and Cockafella line was pretty corny tbh

    but

    Rockafeller died of aids that was the end of his chapter
    and thats the dude you chose to name your company after?
    put it together..
    I rock hoes, yall roc fellas

    that part was crucial

    Foxy got you hot, cuz you kept your face in her puss'
    what you think you gettin girls now, cuz of your looks?
    negro please, you no mustache havin'
    with whiskers like a rat, compare to Beans you wack

    that part is the meanest and prolly my fav bit
    Karma's headed for Armageddon, the drama setter
    I'm going in, already got an arm and head in
    whoever said words are just words ain't heard me word 'em, I give a
    fuck if my image even ends up taking a personal hit
    Whoever I hurt or whatever bridges I burned in this bitch
    and whatever bitches feel like they didn't deserve what they get
    And whatever consequences come with every verse, it's worth it
    So Doc turn the beat on, whose turn is it to get murdered on it?

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    there were several shots back & forth, but I'll compare the main tracks. Takeover and Ether both went hard, I'd say they're close to tied, with Ether arguably being stronger. Supa Ugly got really personal, then Nas had another response (I think with the same sample as Paid in Full?) that was lyrically strong, and had the edge. so I voted Nas. I just wish I could remember that Nas song, it wasn't Realest N*gga Alive, it was something else.

    as for Biggie vs Pac, obviously 2pac won, although Biggie is one of my favorite rappers, and always vibed to him more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Moose View Post
    The Gay Z and Cockafella line was pretty corny tbh

    but

    Rockafeller died of aids that was the end of his chapter
    and thats the dude you chose to name your company after?
    put it together..
    I rock hoes, yall roc fellas

    that part was crucial

    Foxy got you hot, cuz you kept your face in her puss'
    what you think you gettin girls now, cuz of your looks?
    negro please, you no mustache havin'
    with whiskers like a rat, compare to Beans you wack

    that part is the meanest and prolly my fav bit
    Those parts are just a man talking about another man’s appearance.

    Jay Z actually fucked Nas’s baby mom and skeeted in his vehicle.

    How is that not an auto win?


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    there's two different questions: who won the hip-hop battle, and who won the war for career/influence? Nas won the battle, Jay-Z won the war.
    Theories about rights, freedom, and dignity are dangerous, however - dangerous to tyrannies of all kinds, of ignorance, superstition, poverty, and the rest.

    Once you acquire a marketplace soul, the suk is the totality of existence.
    First food, then morality.
    The sun is shining, but the ice is slippery.
    Beyond the walls of intelligence, life is defined.

    Swift as the wind; silent as a forest; fierce as fire; immovable as a mountain; inscrutable as shadows; sudden as lightning.

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    Nas

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctor_wp View Post
    Those parts are just a man talking about another man’s appearance.

    Jay Z actually fucked Nas’s baby mom and skeeted in his vehicle.

    How is that not an auto win?
    I kind of agree

    Thats why I made the thread.

    I think on one had, Nas won the battle by most measures. Of all the various songs in and around the beef, Ether stands alone as the best. He rapped better than Jay. Which is no small feat, obviously.

    But Jay wouldn't accept defeat and dropped that bomb you mentioned. And that's the one wildcard factor that can level the playing field in a battle. Willingness to be straight up disrespectful.


    It's just kind of conflicting. It seems more honorable to reward skill over savagery. We all love Hit Em Up. But that level of one-upmanship results in a cycle of dead young rappers that continues to this day. I think every rapper goes into every diss knowing they have to balance how disrespectful they are going to be. I love The Story of Adidon. Some say it was a low blow/cheap shot by Push

    Depends where your loyalties and rooting interests lie i suppose.

    I got Nas edging it out just barely. But I can see why people would say Jay won. I've gone back and forth a time or two myself
    Karma's headed for Armageddon, the drama setter
    I'm going in, already got an arm and head in
    whoever said words are just words ain't heard me word 'em, I give a
    fuck if my image even ends up taking a personal hit
    Whoever I hurt or whatever bridges I burned in this bitch
    and whatever bitches feel like they didn't deserve what they get
    And whatever consequences come with every verse, it's worth it
    So Doc turn the beat on, whose turn is it to get murdered on it?

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