Shyne Says Rappers Don’t Want Beef: “No World Star Fist Fights – Back To My Wife Hunt”

Shyne Says Rappers Don’t Want Beef: “No World Star Fist Fights – Back To My Wife Hunt”

Former Bad Boy Records rapper Shyne has offered his take on what really encompasses beefs and revealed his current search for a woman to call wife.

According to Shyne Po, too much is made of beefs only being what people see in the media.

“People don’t understand what beef is. For real street guys Beef is somebody maybe a few bodies gotta die. No world star fist fights. Chill,” Shyne tweeted November 2nd.

“Bak to my wife hunt. From now on I am an Israeli/belizean/Ethiopian exchange student studying abroad. No bugatti no lambo’s no fame” (Shyne’s Twitter)

Last week, Shyne scolded West Coast rapper Game for slamming him after he labeled hip-hop newcomer Kendrick Lamar‘s new studio debut “trash.”

“Everybody’s gassing him and his album is where everybody’s gassing him where my son, my student, The Game, I threw weapons to this zombie. I gave him life. I remember when I was in Clinton and that dude] was calling me, begging me for the co-sign, begging me to get on the album,” Shyne said in an interview. “And proof. I’m not no new jack. Proof. For the last 12 years, he’s been screaming Shyne. Shyne, Shyne, Shyne. That’s my son. Literally. My son. For him to get all emotional and start crying like a chick, I don’t really get it, you dig? I don’t really get it. I said how I felt, wasn’t no disrespect. It’s trash. That’s how I felt.” (Vlad TV)

Prior to Shyne’s comments, Game publicly warned him of what could potentially go down between them.

“Whenever a shot is taken at Kendrick, I think that’s the pool I’ma dive in head-first, whether there is water there or not,” Game said in an interview. “Personally, I think Shyne should just back away and let the kid breathe and if not, I don’t know, we might find ourselves face-to-face or sh– that nobody really wants to see happen. Kendrick is non-confrontational, he’s not a thug, he’s not a gang banger, he’s just a dope, hip-hop lyricist, but he’s from the streets and he got a lot of ties out here and a lot of good hood n—as with him and I’m one of them.” (MTV)

The former Bad Boy has kept busy as of late, airing out his issues with fellow artists like Rick Ross and Diddy.

“He’s the ultimate creep, so creeps stick together. That’s why those two [Ross and Diddy] roll hard, because he’s the ultimate creep. Listen, I’m a gentleman. I try to have honor with everything that I do. So it’s not about Shyne being mad and Shyne hating. Proof of that is that I gave this creep the opportunity to redeem himself and correct the mistake that he knows that he made, that he’s expressed to me over and over again,” Shyne added. “But he’s a creep. He pretends to be sorry. Maybe he even wants to be sorry. But he’s so much of a creep, he just can’t find that part of himself. Like when he say God is great, I think he’s talking about himself. He thinks he’s God. He has no accountability.” (Hot 97)

Check out a recent Shyne interview below:

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