News: Royce Da 5'9 & Joe Budden Ignore Benzino's Challenge, "If He Get It, Everybody Gets It"

Friday, Sep 4, 2009 3:20PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Royce Da 5'9 and Joe Budden have acknowledged Benzino's recent Slaughterhouse versus Made Men challenge and have decided to ignore the rapper's taunts.

Writing via Twitter, Royce reached out to his group members Budden, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz to get their take on the challenge.

"Aye #slaughterhouse ? @mousebudden @joellortiz @therealcrookedi Ya'll wanna do something bout #Bendreamo ?? lol," he wrote yesterday (September 3). "Just kidding ya'll...@mousebudden Nah Im f*ckin with you....I dont want you 2 waste ur ink." (Royce Da 5'9's Twitter)

Budden also publicly turned down the challenge via his Twitter page.

"@RoyceDaFive9 4 what ??," Joey responded. "If he get it, EVERYBODY gets it... & doin that right now ????u already know... NO COMMENT !!!!! Lol" (Joe Budden's Twitter)

Benzino lashed out at Slaughterhouse, labeling them "overrated" in an interview earlier this week.

"I think them n*ggas is mad overrated, real talk," Zino said in an interview. "Yeah, them n*ggas is mad overrated yo, for real. I don't know what all the hype about them is. And I knew Tahiry was gonna leave Joe Buddens, you blog too much homie. You blog too much, stop blogging man and watch out [for] where your girl's at, man. You blog too much homie. Them n*ggas is overrated. I'm not f*cking with Slaughterhouse, f*ck them n*ggas. F*ck Royce Da 5'9, [it began] with some sh*t about we trying to interview Slaughterhouse and they don't want to give us an interview because of Kim 'Fat B*tch' O'Sorry H*e is wife to the manager of Royce Da 5'9 and they don't want to give us an interview so like f*ck them n*ggas man. Crooked I though, that's my n*gga. I can't front on Crooked I. I don't even have no beef, I just think them n*ggas is overrated. I don't even know who Joell Ortiz is, I'm not up on Joell Ortiz -- it's not that I don't like [Budden], I just think the n*ggas is overrated. I don't see where all the hype at, not just them n*ggas because I get a lot of hate out there but my thing is, I know I got some banging sh*t -- I bet you the Made Men could tear their a**holes out. Why not?" (57th Ave)

Benzino, known for dissing Eminem around 2002, previously spoke with SOHH about his growth as an emcee.

"I stepped my sh*t up 100 percent, lyrically," Zino explained. "I feel a lot of motherf*ckers out there can't even f*ck with me. I don't think I've ever said that in my life, this might be my first interview - but it's only because I stepped up my sh*t. I put in hours in the studio. I'm not one of these n*ggas that just watch BET and think he can rap. I'm not no battle rapper, I make songs." (SOHH)

Check out Benzino speaking on Slaughterhouse below:

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