Is Lil Wayne Lyrically Sparring With Jay-Z On “It’s Good” ?

Erika Brooks Adickman | August 24, 2011 6:46 pm

Apparently, Lil Wayne had some beef with Jay-Z over “H.A.M.”. Reportedly, the Watch The Throne rapper took a jab at Young Money’s Birdman (over who rakes in more dough — petty, no?). Did Weezy decide to settle the score with a few choice verses in Tha Carter IV‘s “It’s Good”? Below have a listen to the skateboard enthusiast‘s track and tell us what you think.

Lil Wayne addresses Jay-Z’s alleged diss with MTV’s Sway:

Weezy’s “It’s Good” — The presumed lyrics directed at Hova begin at 3:03.

Who needs songs to settle this feud when Forbes already listed Jay-Z at number one on their Hip Hop Cash Kings list, and Lil Wayne and Birdman tied for 5th place with $15 million a piece. Gentlemen, you have more than enough money to roll around in. So how about shaking hands, making up and then diving into your giant pools of gold coins a la Scrooge McDuck.

[Via Rap-Up]

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