Diggy Simmons Goes In On J. Cole And Drops New Diss Record [VIDEO]
J. Cole and Diggy first butted heads earlier this year after J. Cole dropped the track "Grew Up Fast," which name dropped Diggy.
Cole rapped, "You ------'s is not Russell/You more Diggy, me, I'm more Biggie/No diss to the young boy, I'm just rapping, get bored quickly."
Well if it wasn't a diss, Diggy sure took it as such. Then Cole rapped, "What up Vanessa, I loved you that one semester." Helping to spark rumors of a romance between Cole and Diggy's sister. Turns out, the two actually attended St. John's University together. Then J. Cole's song "Purple Rain" only fueled the fire further, with its references to a freaky fling with a preacher's daughter.
Diggy says he's only acting accordingly, as far as his response to Cole. Saying, "He's talking about my sister and I can't have that". Below Diggy is in his first live interview after his dis track "Fall Down" leaked. Here he explains why he recorded the song in the first place.
So far, J. Cole still hasn't taken Diggy on directly, but with the official release of "Fall Down," that may be about to change. Meanwhile, Diggy addressed J. Cole by name in another freestyle "What You Say to Me", where he raps:
"The other day I was listening to 'Purple Rain,' couldn't believe all of the things that I heard em say, Who dat, who dat, you know who it is, heard you lying on my sis, telling people that you hit/When your album drops I'ma hit you with your bricks, so I'ma bomb first on you since you wanna riff… little n---a named Cole think he live like me, jetsetter trendsetter, yeah you not like me."
In which Cole responded in a freestyle during his recent Music Matters show in Charlotte, "Picture me hating on a young n---a with talent/Album flopped, but it's cool, he caked out on his allowance."
With that, things are starting to heat up as Diggy has officially dropped "Fall Down" today. The song premiered this morning, Sept. 17, on Power 105's The Breakfast Club morning show.
Here is what Diggy had to say to J. Cole in "Fall Down".
Wow, will it ever end?