News: Lil B Credits Cash Money For 'F*ck KD' Diss Record: "Shout-Out To Everyone Over There - Lil Wayne, Birdman"
Thursday, Mar 13, 2014 8:32AM
West Coast rapper Lil B has come forward to add some fuel to the fire he lit against NBA star Kevin Durant courtesy of his new "F*ck KD" music video attack.
According to the Based God, the Cash Money team is largely responsible for putting the track together.
When did you decide to write "F*ck KD?" How long did it take to write and produce? Who was a part of it? The song came naturally. It came easy to me. The song is produced by Cool and Dre. So, shout out to Cash Money and everyone over there- - Lil Wayne, Birdman and everybody. I just heard the beat and it came so natural. It was just something that was very easy for me. It was just so real. It was beautiful. (SB Nation)
Lil B also touched on where his feud with Durant initially stemmed from.
Your beef with Durant dates back to 2011. How did it start? He talked about me. Before everything, I loved Kevin, but he was never a factor to me and then he talked about me. I wasn't thinking about him. I'm still shouting out the old school legends like John Stockton. I'm still in that era. (SB Nation)
Oklahoma City Thunder beat writer Darnell Mayberry dished out KD's stance toward the Based God this week on Twitter.
"Durant refuses to acknowledge rapper Lil B publicly or give him added attention. Lil B has released several diss tracks about KD," Mayberry tweeted March 11.
"Durant on Lil B: "I don't know who that is. Who is that?...He needs some attention, I guess. Whoever that is, he needs some help."" (Darnell Mayberry's Twitter)
Going with a basketball theme, Based God hit the court in his "F*ck KD" music video earlier in the week.
Lil B and Kevin Durant have been involved in a longstanding beef that has involved a basketball game challenge, a curse, and several tweets. However, the issue appeared to have faded away. Apparently not so. The Based God has released a new song earlier today called "F*ck KD," which calls out Durant directly and explicitly. Lil B ends the song by challenging KD to a game of "21." In the song's catchy chorus, he makes sure to show respect to his superstar foe's agents, saying, "I like Roc Nation and I love Jay Z/But on the West Side I'm screaming 'f*ck KD!'" And of course, Lil B is in the gym in this video, showing off those adorable ball-handling and layup skills. (Complex)