WHAT'S BEEF? Wale Goes OFF On A Local Rapper & Radio DJ's
Wale didn't take too kindly to two Baltimore DJ's playing a diss record about him on Baltimore radio. We've got the deets and his response when you read on...
Baltimore rapper Bossman has been coming at DC rapper Wale for some time now with diss tracks. Apparently, Bossman doesn't like Wale just because he's from DC and has more shine, plus there has been a long standing 'beef' between the two regions. Wale typically never responds to the songs other than saying a few words. However, yesterday was an exception.
Wale was in Baltimore for a scheduled show and tuned into Baltimore radio station 92Q. The two radio hosts, Porkchop and Squirrel Wide, played Bossman's latest diss record to Wale called 'Nail In The Coffin'. After the song aired, the hosts made a comment saying, "Wale is going to get beat up at the show tomorrow".
This pissed Wale OFF and he called into the station to speak his mind. The conversation was recorded off air. Wale basically said that the station DJ's were promoting the beef and thus promoting violence within the hip hop community. He also said that he's never had a problem with Bossman and that the whole beef is bulls**t. Wale also wanted to talk to Bossman one on one.
Here's Wale's rant:
Although Wale has a point about the radio station hyping the beef, it happens all the time in hip hop. Get used to it. Wale sounds like he has some serious anger issues though.
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