News: Beanie Sigel Drops Emotional Jay-Z Diss Song, "How It Feel To Get Exposed?" [Audio]

Friday, Oct 30, 2009 10:05AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Former Roc-A-Fella member Beanie Sigel has released a Jay-Z diss song called "I'm Not Your Average Cat" and explained that his issues with the rap mogul stem from The Blueprint 3.

On the record, Beans also warns Hov about exposing his habits to his wife, Beyonce.

"This ain't a diss record, this a real record/How it feel to get exposed -- I was the fly on the wall, I witnessed," Beans raps. "I could say sh*t to make B look at you different/And my gangster was never on trial, I was, stood up tall, no snitch/But the rapper Shawn called the police on me/Because I was front row at the Blueprint 3/I just wanted to see him emcee/Reminisce when we were the R-O-C/But he called on the c-o-p's/Not only that, he brought in the f-e-d's/So that's telling me, F-U Sig/So F you too and F Bleek three/Whether I rap or riddle out this motherf*cker -- my name good in every hood." ("Average Cat")

He also addressed the record in an interview Friday (October 30) morning.

"I'm not really dissing Jay, there's certain parts in there where my emotions [take over]," Beans explained in an interview with radio personality Charlamagne Tha God. "I'm a rapper, I listened to the Blueprint 3 album, I heard things in there where he was taking shots at people but a lot of things were directed at people...I think my feet was meant for a couple of 'em...Collectively, you gotta understand, people like Peedi Crakk did some unadvised things like make mixtapes called Camel Hunting Season...It's the Roc as a whole -- but when he says lines like 'I heated up the Roc already, so why can't y'all get hot already' -- when you listen to them lines, those are those lines that I know as a rapper, because I know what he do...I know when he's slick on records." (100.3 The Beat)

Speaking with radio personality Jenny Boom Boom last month, Beans spoke on how much he enjoyed Jay's Blueprint 3 album.

"I heard a couple songs played on the radio," Beans explained. "I ain't make it past the intro yet. To me, I think this joint might be it. I like it better than American Gangster. It's that work right here. You know my opinion is gonna be different from the inside, love it. Love it, you got to. I felt a couple of them records -- We gonna do the State Property 3 movie next. Everybody on State Property is doing they thing, trying to find their own way on the solo side, hopefully we can get together, everybody on the same page and make that music everybody wanna hear." (Jenny Boom Boom TV)

Footage of Beans subliminally dissing Hov at a Philadelphia concert landed online last weekend.

Ok, tryin' to figure this out from the footage. After the end of the first verse of "Feel It The Air" which goes "I read between the lines of your eyes and your brows/Your handshake ain't match your smile/ These n*ggas foul!" Sig adds "Alllready." Then as he leaves stage, he yells, "Love y'all, Philly. This is my muthaf*ckin' house. I run this town tonight!" Then it sounds like he repeats it. Then did he come back on stage and spit more at Jay? Footage is unclear. Hopefully, there'll be more video for clarity. Feels like he definitely went at him. The question is how severe. (Rap Radar)

Check out Beanie Sigel's "I'm Not Your Average Cat" song below:

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