Big Hutch Says Shyne's Kendrick Lamar Diss Is "Cowardly," Shyne Responds
UPDATE: Shyne clarified his comments to Big Hutch today, using Twitter. This comes after Hutch spoke out against Shyne's public criticism of Kendrick Lamar's "good kid, m.A.A.d. city" album.
During an interview with Yahoo! Music, Hutch had no problem letting everyone know his thoughts on the matter.
"I don't really get that," explained Hutch. "I don't get Twitter bashing, Twitter banging. We don't do that. I'm an ex-con. I thought he was an ex-con."
"That's how that man eat. That's how Kendrick Lamar eat," continued Hutch. "So, for you to publicly say something is trash, that's just a hater move."
Finally, Cold 187um let lose, calling the diss "a coward move." "I got no issue with Shyne, but I have issue with cats Twitter bangin'," he added. "At the end of the day, c'mon gangsta, do it the right way. Come to one of his shows and deal with him like that if you really feel that way in your heart. That's cowardly to me. Today, that's a coward move."
Watch the interview below:
UPDATE: Today (November 1) Shyne responded to Big Hutch directly on Twitter. The Def Jam Records artist tweeted to the Pyschopathic Records emcee/producer to clarify his comments. "My criticism of an album don't mean I want to kill the kid. It would be cowardice to kill someone I don't know," Shyne said. He also claimed he was using his freedom of speech.
The tweets are embedded below:
@ogbighutchkomrade. My criticism of an album don't meant I want to kill the kid. It would b cowardice to kill someone I don't know— Shyne Po (@OriginalShyne) November 1, 2012
@ogbighutch understand me. I'm not running up on nobody with my fist. If i have a problem it's life or death any else is freedom of speech!— Shyne Po (@OriginalShyne) November 1, 2012