Trinidad Jame$ Responds To Joe Budden, Says He'd Rather Fight Than Diss Rappers
Trinidad Jame$ says he's "never going to diss" rappers on wax because he'd rather "throw these hands back and forth."
Trinidad Jame$ has responded to a comment made by Joe Budden in his "Lost Control" track. Budden commented on Jame$ in the selection by saying, "This ain't for bandwagon fans, sit y'all asses in the same spot / Y'all the same niggas made Trinidad Jame$ hot."
"It’s all love," Jame$ said in an interview with King Bishop. "I make music to answer a lot of those types of questions. I don’t consider it as a diss. I’m from the streets so a nigga talking is like a nigga talking. A nigga punching, you don’t like me, nigga, you can fight me. That’s why I make the songs to let you know, if you don’t like me, nigga, you can fight me. I’m never going to diss you back, we gonna throw these hands back and forth. That’s all this is about. It's all love. I'm good."
Budden has addressed the matter on Twitter.
@ihatejerelcoles I didn’t diss Trinidad at all. I was referring to the fans.. But enjoy your day Sir.— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) August 19, 2013
Jame$ is not the first rapper to respond to Budden's "Lost Control." Joey Bada$$ also responded to a shot on the track, saying he was not moved by Budden's mention of being the only "Joey that's bad-ass." Bada$$ also called Budden "Joe Buttin" via Twitter.
Unphased by joe buttin.— oG $wank. (@joeyBADASS_) August 18, 2013