Continuing their war of words, Joe Budden has released “Pain in his Life” and says Saigon has no moves left in the rap battle
“I hope this n*gga can fight better than he can diss — n*gga fell for the mouse trap,” Joey said in the intro. “‘Underachiever’ was an underachiever/Almost thought you would come with the ether — can’t think of why a wack n*gga would want it with me for/I’ll leave my mark on ya like it’s one of your features/Ask how it feel to have Maino face/I’m way ahead, this ain’t no race.”
“There’s where the lies get deeper / You went in a tight end came out a wide receiver / There’s bones in your closet you can’t hide / Fans know you went to jail, me, I know why…For me to take you serious holmes / Get Mook, Loaded Luck and Serious Jones / To help write your shit, make your brand new / If not look for the Nation to abandon you.”
“Coco Channel ain’t the only n*gga that’ll put pain in his life/that way, get your head straight/cut the track off/listen to your thoughts/checkmate.”
Budden recently welcomed a rap challenge from Saigon.
“I wanna hear if he can rap — I don’t believe nothing that come outta dude’s mouth. Dude is a phony, a fraud,” he said. “This is good hip-hop sh*t. (Shade 45)
The Yard Father then responded with “Underachiever.”
“I’m fittin’ to end his career/Oh yeah, you had a point there/My album didn’t drop/ But your album dropped and flopped, so suck a c**k/How the hell did I end up beefin’ with one hit wonder/I tried to bait Fif, attempted to bait Wayne/Now look, I end up tradin’ shots with a straight lame/The Game called you a fag, said n*gga’s ding-a-linged you/And in return you went and put this kid on your single.” (World Star Hip Hop)