So you got the puppies rant. Now it's time for the Big Dawg to respond.
For the record -- there isn't any beef (at least on my end). I'm just a lone blogger with an opinion. At the end of the day I could really give two sh*ts about Bow "Damn" Wow. But I still got to respond to em....
Dear Shad Gregory Moss,
I am honored that you take time out of your "busy" schedule to read what I have to say on a daily basis. But, I find it quite sad and extremely childish for you to have handled this situation in the manner that you have. In case you haven't gotten the memo, I'm a blogger and my job is to tell it like it is. Nobody gets a pass on SoHH Atlanta, and this includes you. I've always looked at my rants to be innocuous (yea look it up) jabs â€" nothing more nothing less.
Could your anger towards me be derived from the fact that you haven't had a hit record since "Shortie Like Mine", which was mildly successful at best? Perhaps at the fact that R.Kelly, better known as Chester, took your song, edited you out, added better rappers, and made it a smash record? Or maybe itâ€™s because your "girl" played you to take her career to the next level? Could it be that your last album barely went platinum? Maybe at the fact that, with every album you release, you become more irrelevant in hip-hop?
Contrary to popular belief, you don't register on my personal radar and you for damn sure don't register on my hip-hop one either. I only address you every now and then because, like it or not, people do consider you to be a part of the ATL hip-hop scene.
As far as the "interview" comment is concerned, I can't think of a time to where I ever reached out to you for a serious sit-down interview. If you claim to be so addicted to blogs then you'd notice that I don't have a problem interviewing anyone in the rap game. I've had sit-downs with the likes of T.I., Eve, Busta Rhymes, Chingy, Polow Da Don, Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, and Ne-Yo - just to name a few. I have interviewed more rappers then you can get to guest on your albums.
Listen! At the end of the day, I know what my role in this game is, but clearly you don't. If I don't buy what you're selling (no pun intended) then I'll say it. For some reason, you have taken this personally and I can't for the life me understand why. If I truly had 50 million stacks in the bank, had the hottest chick in the game on my arm, and had a new record label I was working on, I wouldn't give two sh*ts about some damn blogger's opinion of me. But then again, maybe you truly aren't the person you project yourself to be in the media.
1. I don't believe you are worth 50 million dollars.
2. I don't believe that you and Ciara were ever a real couple.
3. I don't believe anything about Dubbs Records (or whatever the hell you call it) that you supposedly set up. By the way what ever happened with that?
You see through dawg, that's why nobody is ever going to believe you. You can try to use me to promote 'Face Off' all you want, but everybody knows that the album isn't going to sell. How about you take the focus off the blogs and put that energy into making a hit record oops did I say that out loud?
If you ever need to get at me, you have people in your camp who have my math. We could always have that sit down and hash this out like two grown men.
P.S. If this is the best you and Omarion could come up with as a lead single. Then you might as well stick a fork in both your careers now. Because real talk - it's not cutting it. It's not always about the beat homie. People actually listen to the lyrics.
And it also looks like you and SOHH Atlanta have some history that started LONG before I ever came aboard. Check out this 2005 entry here...