Joe Budden & Marlon Wayans Ignite Feud, “What In The F*ck Is He Doing That Makes Him Funny?”

Joe Budden & Marlon Wayans Ignite Feud, “What In The F*ck Is He Doing That Makes Him Funny?”

Today, Slaughterhouse’s Joe Budden and comedian Marlon Wayans ignited a Twitter feud with multiple disses aimed at each other’s heads.

Initially starting out as a joke made by Budden, the rapper proceeded to air out the former “Wayans Bros.” actor.

“ok, enough is enough, y in the f*ck am i still following @MARLONLWAYANS ???? This n*gga don’t say sh*t even MISTAKABLE 4 funny, deuces.”

“NOW @MARLONLWAYANS wanna try & be funny .. if u apologize to me i’ll see if i can hook u up w Raz b .. n*ggaz know how u roll fam, chill”

“& lets not act like u so f*ckin successful @MARLONLWAYANS.. u do stand up at Roscoes, that don’t make u funny n*gga … no need to get all emotional about it tho @MARLONLWAYANS…u just not funny, no disrespect, just truth. stop actin like a b*tch.. oh wait”

“n*ggaz can’t even find @MARLONLWAYANS in B movies tho … 4real, what in the f*ck is he doin that makes him “funny” ? the funny sh*t is … all @MARLONLWAYANS is doing right now is proving my point, smmfh ……”

“& this is his roast ?????????????????????????????????????? get this n*gga @MARLONLWAYANS ALL THE WAY THE F*CK OUT THE PAINT … Kim Wayans > @MARLONLWAYANS … just stop man.” (Joe Budden’s Twitter)

Not backing down, Wayans proceeded to take part in the jabs by tossing out his own disses.

“Really??? Dude who is @JoeBudden ? At this point u are a trivia question on black jeopardy. Can I get a life line? @JoeBudden I’ll kill yo comedy career quock as yo rap career ended 1 and done Yo @JoeBudden u broke records 4 shortest rap concert 3:25 for your 1 hit song”

“Yo @JoeBuddenu got @common beard but just plain ol’ COMMON lyrics. Yo @JoeBudden u part of the GONE 2 SOO0n dead career tribute I’m puttin 2gether Yo @JoeBudden your tattoos r reminders of ur life failures. “Loser, 1 hit wonder, dead on arrival” Yo @JoeBudden me and my dog play FRISBY w/ yo latest CD.#trash”

“Yo @JoeBudden look like swizz beats got a nose job and a money reduction Yo @@JoeBudden if u so successful why u living at mom’s crib? Can joey come out to play? Yo @JoeBudden jay-z’s intros be better than your whole anthology” (Marlon Wayans’ Twitter)

Outside of Twitter beefing, Budden’s Slaughterhouse crew recently signed a deal with Shady Records.

Eminem is back in more ways than one. The Detroit lyricist is reviving his Shady Records company, and Wednesday (January 12) he announced the signing of two new acts: underground supergroup Slaughterhouse and upstart rapper Yelawolf. Cashis and D-12 remain on the roster, but Em made no secret of wanting to bring new life to his company. “Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse, it’s kinda phase two of Shady,” Eminem explained in a statement. “It’s the new generation of Shady Records, and as we’re trying to rebuild our label, it’s exciting for hip-hop, and with all of these forces coming together and with what everybody’s capable of on the mic, it’s gonna be fun.” (MTV)

Wayans is most known for his Hollywood career and being the brother to comedians Damon and Keenan Ivory.

He made his film debut at the age of 15 in I’m Gonna Get You Sucka (1988), directed by and starring brother Keenan Ivory Wayans. After graduating from the High School of the Performing Arts, he enrolled at Howard University to study filmmaking. In 1992, he played a role in the feature film Mo’ Money (1992), written by and starring his brother Damon. The same year, he became a regular alongside his three brothers on the TV sketch comedy series “In Living Color.” In 1995, Shawn and Marlon got their own WB sitcom, “The Wayans Bros.,” which ran for four years. (Tribute)

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