Author Topic: FAKE AZZ SNOOP DOGG PUTS OUT A DISS SONG AGAINST HOMIES IN LBC - UNLEASHES FLOOD  (Read 2767 times)

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Damn, that's fucked up.
 

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LOL U REALLY DONT LIKE SNOOP, HUH?
 

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WHERES THE DISS SONG THO?
 

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You didn't explain how it is a diss song. What did he say exactly ?

You're getting ridiculous though. it sounds like you now have a vendetta against Snoop. focusing on uninteresting stories between Snoop and "civilians" as you call them and making it sound like Snoop committed a cardinal sin. and now you're openly taking sides and dissing him lmao. aren't you supposed to do journalistic work by interviewing artists ?

I don't really care about Snoop, and It's been known for a while that he can be shady but you're taking it way too far and you're kinda pathetic (and also weird to be honest) to gloat about breaking this story like it's a huge thing and it's gonna make people shit. wow, what a fascinating and outrageous story, Snoop allegedly did one of his people wrong by not keeping his word and by having the nerve to diss him back (you still have to explain how he dissed him though).

it really looks like you are exploiting every little tiny avenue you have to throw shade at Snoop, and now openly dissing him in your title. you go out of your way to make every story you can about him fitting your agenda by over exaggerating things, lol like remind people that he "doesn't give back to the hood", "unleashes flood in the LBC" (lmao). I don't really have much sympathy for Snoop (I don't hate him either), but what you're doing is a bad look, and it doesn't matter if the people you're interviewing feel the same way. looks like you feel justified to bash him every chance you get (for things that are none of your business to begin with). and frankly, I don't think you'll garner much sympathy or approval or get people to hate Snoop by acting like that, quite the contrary.

I appreciate the diligent work you've done as far as getting interviews done with various people but you sure do have blindspots when it comes to Snoop and 2pac being a blood or whatnot. also, I'm not going to listen to an hour long interview of some store owner from the LBC who moved to kentucky lol. Mac Mall, Big Style, Riskie ? Sure, but that guy, not a chance, sorry.
 

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You didn't explain how it is a diss song. What did he say exactly ?

You're getting ridiculous though. it sounds like you now have a vendetta against Snoop. focusing on uninteresting stories between Snoop and "civilians" as you call them and making it sound like Snoop committed a cardinal sin. and now you're openly taking sides and dissing him lmao. aren't you supposed to do journalistic work by interviewing artists ?

I don't really care about Snoop, and It's been known for a while that he can be shady but you're taking it way too far and you're kinda pathetic (and also weird to be honest) to gloat about breaking this story like it's a huge thing and it's gonna make people shit. wow, what a fascinating and outrageous story, Snoop allegedly did one of his people wrong by not keeping his word and by having the nerve to diss him back (you still have to explain how he dissed him though).

it really looks like you are exploiting every little tiny avenue you have to throw shade at Snoop, and now openly dissing him in your title. you go out of your way to make every story you can about him fitting your agenda by over exaggerating things, lol like remind people that he "doesn't give back to the hood", "unleashes flood in the LBC" (lmao). I don't really have much sympathy for Snoop (I don't hate him either), but what you're doing is a bad look, and it doesn't matter if the people you're interviewing feel the same way. looks like you feel justified to bash him every chance you get (for things that are none of your business to begin with). and frankly, I don't think you'll garner much sympathy or approval or get people to hate Snoop by acting like that, quite the contrary.

I appreciate the diligent work you've done as far as getting interviews done with various people but you sure do have blindspots when it comes to Snoop and 2pac being a blood or whatnot. also, I'm not going to listen to an hour long interview of some store owner from the LBC who moved to kentucky lol. Mac Mall, Big Style, Riskie ? Sure, but that guy, not a chance, sorry.

jmix is the homie, but u right in a sense....I think this taking sides bs is bad for business. u don't see dj vlad doin that. dont wanna burn bridges if u tryna last. especially with snoop when you sposta be covering the west coast. not wise brodie.
 

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oh, and jmix, if u really doin an interview wit mac mall, ask him what he thinks bout LA's Most Blunted lmao
 

bouli77

yeah no doubt he's good peoples hence my last line which acknowledges that, but I don't agree with the tactics, I think he's outta line and I find it to be really weird, like he's caught in his feelings. and to be honest it sounds like he wanted to say this for a long time but that he was refraining from doing so.

the DJ Vlad comparison is spot on. reminds me of Vlad always trying to incept some of the artists he interviews about Cube not being authentic, etc. except that when somebody finally took the bait and went in that direction (Skeme), he did not let his feelings known in the title of the video and openly dissed him like that.
 

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yeah no doubt he's good peoples hence my last line which acknowledges that, but I don't agree with the tactics, I think he's outta line and I find it to be really weird, like he's caught in his feelings. and to be honest it sounds like he wanted to say this for a long time but that he was refraining from doing so.

the DJ Vlad comparison is spot on. reminds me of Vlad always trying to incept some of the artists he interviews about Cube not being authentic, etc. except that when somebody finally took the bait and went in that direction (Skeme), he did not let his feelings known in the title of the video and openly dissed him like that.

yea vlad is slick wit it lmao
 

gio™fugahoo

You didn't explain how it is a diss song. What did he say exactly ?

You're getting ridiculous though. it sounds like you now have a vendetta against Snoop. focusing on uninteresting stories between Snoop and "civilians" as you call them and making it sound like Snoop committed a cardinal sin. and now you're openly taking sides and dissing him lmao. aren't you supposed to do journalistic work by interviewing artists ?

I don't really care about Snoop, and It's been known for a while that he can be shady but you're taking it way too far and you're kinda pathetic (and also weird to be honest) to gloat about breaking this story like it's a huge thing and it's gonna make people shit. wow, what a fascinating and outrageous story, Snoop allegedly did one of his people wrong by not keeping his word and by having the nerve to diss him back (you still have to explain how he dissed him though).

it really looks like you are exploiting every little tiny avenue you have to throw shade at Snoop, and now openly dissing him in your title. you go out of your way to make every story you can about him fitting your agenda by over exaggerating things, lol like remind people that he "doesn't give back to the hood", "unleashes flood in the LBC" (lmao). I don't really have much sympathy for Snoop (I don't hate him either), but what you're doing is a bad look, and it doesn't matter if the people you're interviewing feel the same way. looks like you feel justified to bash him every chance you get (for things that are none of your business to begin with). and frankly, I don't think you'll garner much sympathy or approval or get people to hate Snoop by acting like that, quite the contrary.

I appreciate the diligent work you've done as far as getting interviews done with various people but you sure do have blindspots when it comes to Snoop and 2pac being a blood or whatnot. also, I'm not going to listen to an hour long interview of some store owner from the LBC who moved to kentucky lol. Mac Mall, Big Style, Riskie ? Sure, but that guy, not a chance, sorry.
 

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Okka, that wasn't a diss song though. That was Snoop just saying he's tired of people saying he promised them something and he don't promise no one nothing.
 

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Montana Mob

That's a fucking tune, fuck the hate
 

gio™fugahoo

Okka, that wasn't a diss song though. That was Snoop just saying he's tired of people saying he promised them something and he don't promise no one nothing.

And its called
Battle Rap
Not Diss
 

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Okka, that wasn't a diss song though. That was Snoop just saying he's tired of people saying he promised them something and he don't promise no one nothing.

And its called
Battle Rap
Not Diss

It's not a battle rap either. Do you know me, you know I wrote a TON of battle raps right?
 

gio™fugahoo

Okka, that wasn't a diss song though. That was Snoop just saying he's tired of people saying he promised them something and he don't promise no one nothing.

And its called
Battle Rap
Not Diss

It's not a battle rap either. Do you know me, you know I wrote a TON of battle raps right?


You won't call it battle rap?
 if I remember correctly I read some of your lyrics
 

Okka

Okka, that wasn't a diss song though. That was Snoop just saying he's tired of people saying he promised them something and he don't promise no one nothing.

Scitt asked for the song they were talkin' about in the interview, so i posted it.
 

SuperSpider

Old ass 40-50 year old no future, no vision, no talent having ass jokes crying a river that an established artist/businessman won't risk his rep or money for their ''I'm a gangsta still posted on the corner'' garbage rhymes that will never in 5000 years turn in any revenue ? Well shit, color me surprised. Snoop dropped a tune, too.
 

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Old ass 40-50 year old no future, no vision, no talent having ass jokes crying a river that an established artist/businessman won't risk his rep or money for their ''I'm a gangsta still posted on the corner'' garbage rhymes that will never in 5000 years turn in any revenue ? Well shit, color me surprised. Snoop dropped a tune, too.

I agree. It's 2017, rapping about the corner is played out homie
 

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« Last Edit: March 06, 2017, 12:32:29 PM by dexter »
 

jmix

yeah no doubt he's good peoples hence my last line which acknowledges that, but I don't agree with the tactics, I think he's outta line and I find it to be really weird, like he's caught in his feelings. and to be honest it sounds like he wanted to say this for a long time but that he was refraining from doing so.

the DJ Vlad comparison is spot on. reminds me of Vlad always trying to incept some of the artists he interviews about Cube not being authentic, etc. except that when somebody finally took the bait and went in that direction (Skeme), he did not let his feelings known in the title of the video and openly dissed him like that.

I will be honest, I fux with people from long beach. These are the stories I hear, sometimes I report because I want to get the story out. Sometimes, people that I deal with want to get the story out. I get a lot of genuine love from people there and I am only doing my part for what they have done for me. Plus, if this is going on, no one else is reporting it, yet 6k people watched billy browns facebook video. So the story is out there, plus Snoop dissed a civilian. I can get the constructive criticism but I think you have me pegged wrong.

flossy, rick Ross, Go mack, sylk, tray, Style, king Teila moez, Casey Lee, Harp and others have allowed me alot of love and others lots of access.

People run in small circles and LBC is one of them.

They want this out?

My pleasure.

As for Snoop? I love Snoop and his music.

I dont care for Daz because, well, he is DAZ.

They have made it very clear that they wont fuck with me and had some choice words over what a lady I interviewed had to say.

And instead of responding, they used a 'do what i say little bitch' mentality and were unsuccessful.

another aspect to these stories are THEY DONT WANT THESE OUT. (DPG)

But if these people here, like Billy show me love then I will be more than happy to show it back.
« Last Edit: March 06, 2017, 08:19:03 PM by jmix »
 

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yeah no doubt he's good peoples hence my last line which acknowledges that, but I don't agree with the tactics, I think he's outta line and I find it to be really weird, like he's caught in his feelings. and to be honest it sounds like he wanted to say this for a long time but that he was refraining from doing so.

the DJ Vlad comparison is spot on. reminds me of Vlad always trying to incept some of the artists he interviews about Cube not being authentic, etc. except that when somebody finally took the bait and went in that direction (Skeme), he did not let his feelings known in the title of the video and openly dissed him like that.

I will be honest, I fux with people from long beach. These are the stories I hear, sometimes I report because I want to get the story out. Sometimes, people that I deal with want to get the story out. I get a lot of genuine love from people there and I am only doing my part for what they have done for me. Plus, if this is going on, no one else is reporting it, yet 6k people watched billy browns facebook video. So the story is out there, plus Snoop dissed a civilian. I can get the constructive criticism but I think you have me pegged wrong.

flossy, rick Ross, Go mack, sylk, tray, Style, king Teila moez, Casey Lee, Harp and others have allowed me alot of love and others lots of access.

People run in small circles and LBC is one of them.

They want this out?

My pleasure.

As for Snoop? I love Snoop and his music.

I dont care for Daz because, well, he is DAZ.

They have made it very clear that they wont fuck with me and had some choice words over what a lady I interviewed had to say.

But if these people here, like Billy show me love then I will be more than happy to show it back.

everything u saying is fine n dandy, but u don't need to put "fake azz snoop dogg" in the title, for instance
 

jmix

yeah no doubt he's good peoples hence my last line which acknowledges that, but I don't agree with the tactics, I think he's outta line and I find it to be really weird, like he's caught in his feelings. and to be honest it sounds like he wanted to say this for a long time but that he was refraining from doing so.

the DJ Vlad comparison is spot on. reminds me of Vlad always trying to incept some of the artists he interviews about Cube not being authentic, etc. except that when somebody finally took the bait and went in that direction (Skeme), he did not let his feelings known in the title of the video and openly dissed him like that.

I will be honest, I fux with people from long beach. These are the stories I hear, sometimes I report because I want to get the story out. Sometimes, people that I deal with want to get the story out. I get a lot of genuine love from people there and I am only doing my part for what they have done for me. Plus, if this is going on, no one else is reporting it, yet 6k people watched billy browns facebook video. So the story is out there, plus Snoop dissed a civilian. I can get the constructive criticism but I think you have me pegged wrong.

flossy, rick Ross, Go mack, sylk, tray, Style, king Teila moez, Casey Lee, Harp and others have allowed me alot of love and others lots of access.

People run in small circles and LBC is one of them.

They want this out?

My pleasure.

As for Snoop? I love Snoop and his music.

I dont care for Daz because, well, he is DAZ.

They have made it very clear that they wont fuck with me and had some choice words over what a lady I interviewed had to say.

But if these people here, like Billy show me love then I will be more than happy to show it back.

everything u saying is fine n dandy, but u don't need to put "fake azz snoop dogg" in the title, for instance

I edited the above post btw.

but he is fake.

That is fake shit.

That would be like me using my platform to pick on a youtube commenter

no?
 

jmix

the minute you go hollywood on the people you grew up with an most likely saved your ass from some shit, you become a fake.

put yourself in their position.