Messy Marv And Guce Diss 50 Cent
|10 years ago||class of '04 - away - #1|
This is going to be on the new Bully's wit Fully III album.
Bully Wit fully Track diss 50
Also here is why there dissing that foo!!
The streets remain silent no more. San Francisco, California Rap/Street
legends Guce and Messy Marv unleash “50 Explanations.” Unlike recent
lashes against 50 Cent, Guce & Messy Marv used a never before heard verse
from the G-Unit general against himself.
According to the pair of Californians, the animosity popped off from
50's visit to San Francisco three years ago. When Messy Marv and Guce
attempted to greet him, they claim that 50's bodyguards held them off.
"He came to San Francisco 20 cars deep in a bulletproof van," Messy
Marv said. "We personally tried to get at the ni--a, and he was on some
scared a.ss sh-t. But he's portraying to the masses that he's the hardest
ni--a on earth. We don't respect that."
While the acrimony heightened with 50's "dry snitching" — "I seen him
on BET saying all the punk sh-t, snitching on ni--as," Guce said, "and
the industry let that sh-t slide, but we don't have the voice in the
industry so there's not much we can do about that" — it was further fueled
by the Game's boasts of self-made. "You should've heard this ni--a on
TV the other night," Guce said. "'I created my own buzz;' you lying like
f--k. [West Coast producer] Sean T made your beats, my ni--a Ghazi was
loaning you money, with your broke a.ss. He owes a lot to the Bay."
While Guce and Messy Marv plan to release their Bullies Wit Fullys 3:
The Infrastructure group album this summer, Marv is releasing his solo
project February 15. The disc, Bandanas, Tattoos and Tongue Rings
features guest appearances by Guce, Dead Prez, E-40 and Yukmouth.
"We aren't jumping on the bandwagon," Marv adds. "Everybody else is
just doing it because everybody else is dissing [50 Cent]."
"We didn’t do this song to create a buzz. We sell our units without it–
we could give a f-ck. We aren't going to make it a habit of dissing
these ni--as," Guce maintains. "We're just going to get what we have to
get off our chest. Ni--as bump into each other, it's on on-site; there's
not going to be no talking, 'what's up ni--a,' there's not gonna be
none of that. It is what it is; you don’t want it, shut your mouth and
keep moving with your bodyguards. We're hungry out here; we're underdogs,
we've got nothing to lose."
“50 Explainations” appears on Guce's upcoming album Pill Music, in
stores March 29.