News: Joe Budden & Royce Da 5'9 Drop Benzino Diss, "[I'll] Stretch A N*gga Out Like He Rosa Acosta" [Audio]"

Friday, Jan 22, 2010 10:10AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Slaughterhouse's Royce Da 5'9 and Joe Budden have responded to Benzino's recent diss record, "Killaz", by offering up their own track aimed at the rap veteran called "40/40."

Leading off the track, Royce takes a few jabs at Zino and reveals his Boston connects.

"That motherf*cking beef ain't new to us," Royce raps, "get off my computer nuts -- stretch a n*gga out like he Rosa Acosta, no, you blew it -- let's do it, I'll hit you with the Waka Flocka Flame/I don't need backing so there's no need for Shady, there's no need for police, your homies, your lady, we can lace 'em up, pay-per-view however you wanna do it and donate all the proceeds to Haiti -- I got n*ggas in Boston that got my back and gon' assist me like Rajon Rondo..." ("40/40")

Budden later adds on to the onslaught by cautioning rappers going at his team.

"What part of the game is this, bunch of d*cks in the studio/So I take mine elsewhere, I'm Rick Rubio, homie make sure you speak to me sober/One in the head, heat in the holster, don't care if you cross country, I'm there before the weekend's over..." ("40/40")

On Zino's "Slaughterhouse Killaz," the former Source Magazine owner places his emphasis on dissing Budden.

"First of all, I've never been a stranger to the drama," Zino raps, "I don't mean to disrespect but I got an appetite for pork/Listen, yep, clicking in the ammunition big clips while you were blind, Tahiry and Somaya were sucking big d*ck/My whole city clap -- Joe [Budden] I know what really happened in the dressing room with Mickey Factz..." ("Slaughterhouse Killaz")

In light of the back-and-forth disses, group member Joell Ortiz recently said he had no plans to diss Zino.

"Ah, no comment," Joell initially said about Zino's actions as of late. "Everybody is entitled to their opinion. So you know, that's homeboy's opinion. That's all I can say. Leave it right there. I can't speak on it 'if' someone mentions my name. Everything just [gets] handled according but as of right now, everybody is entitled to their opinion and that's his opinion of the group...I don't have a problem with anyone. That's one thing I take pride in, I don't [get] involved in beef, I don't have any beef. My beef is with poverty, you feel me?" ("On-Air Idiot Show")

Check out Royce Da 5'9 & Joe Budden's "40/40" track below:

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