News: J-Hood Schools Joe Budden, "You A Nerd" [Video]
Tuesday, Apr 7, 2009 5:00PM
Former D-Block rapper J-Hood has called out Joe Budden and Royce Da 5'9 as a response to their alleged diss along with adding fuel to his beef with Jadakiss and Sheek Louch.
Claiming he reached out to Budden, J-Hood made a video addressing his differences with the Slaughterhouse rappers and his respect for Styles P.
"Out with the old, in with the new," Hood said. "Talking greasy about your boy man, Joe Buddens and that Royce Da 5'6 n*gga on stage at S.O.B.'s performing that wack a** sh*t...You feel a way about what I'm saying at you, get at me. I hit you on MySpace, I told you you was p*ssy and you wanna get at me directly, you wrote me back with the paragraph...get the f*ck outta here before I slap your whole f*cking head off. Dumb Budden...Every time you seen me, you was so amazed I wasn't with the Lox boys...You a nerd my G, n*ggas in the street hard body...Shout-out to Styles, man...the other n*gga though, go apply for a security position. Rappin' ain't for you. As far as Kiss goes, you shouldn't have never said my name, man...If you wanna see me in the streets, you know the hand skills are ready." (Trilla DVD)
Since his departure from D-Block, J-Hood has caught the attention of bloggers and underground hip-hop heads.
Damn fam. Just when I thought this dude was gonna disappear... he's back. But only this time, he's not running around with his head cut off. You ever heard of the "chicken little syndrome"? Basically it's when someone goes into a frenzy and starts yelling "the sky is falling!" ... but everyone tunes them out." He took Jadakiss' "Letter to B.I.G" and attempted a weak, wack, corny spin-off of the overly recycled joint. That somehow managed to become more recycled than Lil Wayne's "A Milli." (SOHH NYC)
Budden previously engaged in a rap battle with Saigon earlier this year on tracks including "A Letter To Saigon."
"Speak my mind, and n*ggas start feeling a way/Say what I feel, it ain't my fault they feel what I say/Seem like in every interview, n*ggas wanna mention dude/ He took my good punch line and got it misconstrued, ain't diss you then, but now I will/ Just saying how I feel.." (SOHH)
However, both rappers recently called a truce last month.
"Joe Budden is always a fan of dope diss records," Joey explained in an phone interview. "That's one thing I always felt that was one thing people could appreciate about me and Sai beefin' aside from the fans divided...the records are always great." (Angela Yee Shade 45)
Check out J-Hood Addressing Joe Budden and Royce below: