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Hip-hop is a sport and New York rapper Joell Ortiz is the first up for battle. After Kendrick Lamar aired out hip-hop and claimed to be the “King Of New York” on Big Sean’s bonus track “Control,” the internet has been awaiting the arrival of the first response track.
Slaughterhouse rapper Joell Ortiz stepped up and spit some heat, rapping:
“Maybe that’s why you left me outta that shit/maybe that’s why the slaughterhouse ain’t get dissed/ or maybe I’m not on your on your radar/ you feel like you ain’t gotta acknowledge my clique/ either way I personal train this b, you gotta get ripped/ rich rappers cant respond with all the dollars you get, gangster rappers can’t retaliate with hollows and clips/you fashion rappers wear the kind of jeans that hardly can zip/ so zip it I got this shit, real hip-hop in…
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