Beanie Sigel has kept his verbal jabs for Jay-Z going with new footage landing online showing the former Roc-A-Fella artist freestyling about Hov’s shady business practices.
In the ThisIs50.com.com exclusive, Beans is shown offering a few bars which mock Jay-Z’s Blueprint 3 song “Already Home”.
“You in the hall already, on the wall already,” Sigel raps. “You’s a work of art, man this boy all petty/Type to not feed no workers, ’cause he grubbed already/Noodle, I had the sauce/We coulda made spaghetti, but I’ma shine on my own/I’m a star already/Lost the Best Of Both Worlds, he coulda called R. Kelly.” (This Is 50)
Beans called into G-Unit Radio last weekend to discuss other sides of Jay that the fans may be unaware of.
“A lot of Jay-Z fans are my fans too,” Beans explained in an interview. “At the end of the days, [Memphis] Bleek’s fake too. F*ck outta here. I ain’t trying to hear that. Bleek got the same characteristics, man…Lil Wayne professed the ‘Greatest Rapper Alive’ [title] and was getting the momentum. Lil Wayne can rap, Lil Wayne can spit, in my point of view. I like Lil Wayne, he should have kept moving with it and then Jay come and tell Lil Wayne he gonna pass the paton to him [then] Lil Wayne falls back…Kanye [West] coming at you, if you listen to the ‘Big Brother’ record, it’s the same thing…That’s one thing about me, I ain’t no liar and [Jay] knows that sh*t…Go back to the B.Coming record, ‘I Can’t Go On This Way,’ listen to the beginning of that record. All you gotta do is listen to it, trust, karma, team, us, Roc, solid, d*mn, ‘D’Evils.’ Listen to the music…” (G-Unit Radio)
Sigel’s issues have also gotten 50 Cent involved in the disses as heard on their collaboration track, “I Go Off.
“Yeah, you changed man,” 50 says toward the song’s completion. “You let the money change you, Jay. You used to be from Marcy, [Brooklyn] n*gga. Now you a pass the Grey Poupon a** n*gga. You don’t want the shooter? I’ll take him. [laughs] N*gga, feed the wolves or else the wolves feed off you. Eat your a** alive! I live by a combat’s creed. Strategy. Your move, n*gga.” (“I Go Off”)
As of now, Jay has remained relatively mum on the situation with the exception of pointing out Sigel’s accomplishments under his watch at Roc-A-Fella.
“He has a lot to complain about,” Jay jokingly said during a press conference. “Not me. Well Beanie Sigel at the time, and you can look it up if you like, just to be honest, was driving two Bentleys, I don’t know how. It’s impossible to drive two cars at one time with his mama in the sticks and selling 800,000 records. I don’t know what more you can do for somebody at that point. What people choose to do when they attain that type of success, you know, at some point you have to look in the mirror and look at yourself. Beanie Sigel had a record deal, a record label, and a clothing line. And never went platinum, ever. I don’t know in the history of rap has anyone done so much with so little. I don’t know what more you can do for a person at that point. But a record deal, that’s normal. A record label and a clothing line, so, if that’s not pushing a person, sh*t. Thank-you.”