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(Deadspin)   Drake disses Jay-Z during basketball broadcast by saying that he eats fondue. Back in Subby's day, rappers dissed each other with bullets   (deadspin.com) divider line 43
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2014-04-19 08:52:35 PM
Well, fark me, now *I* want some fondue.
 
2014-04-19 09:04:11 PM
Rap has evolved, Subby.

/never had fondue
 
2014-04-19 09:22:31 PM
I wouldn't normally post a Twitter screenshot, but I did chuckle at this one...

i.imgur.com
 
2014-04-19 10:36:49 PM
Normally, I wouldn't have any kind of care about rap "beefs".

I do feel, however, that someone should point out to Drake that Jay-Z is probably one single away from being the kind of guy who can end careers without doing a damn thing...if he isn't there already. He probably has more money in his office than Drake is worth completely.
 
2014-04-19 10:50:44 PM

taxandspend: Said the Jewish Canadian who first gained fame playing a wheelchair bound student on a teen soap opera. Or as he refers to it: The Bottom.


Drake is as tough as crepe paper.
 
2014-04-19 10:55:06 PM
Drake's the type of guy that uses the word "fondue" when dissing someone.
 
2014-04-19 10:55:34 PM
What the fark is wrong with fondue?  It's farking delicious.

Is eating a good steak an insult?

"Oh that guy is soft.  He eats steak."
 
2014-04-19 10:57:39 PM
Canadian rappers can't even diss right. It still sounds somewhat polite.

He'll always be Jimmy from Degrassi to me.
 
2014-04-19 11:14:28 PM
eclectikrelaxation.com

In my day, rap feuds MEANT something! When you had to put someone on blast, you put it on wax, son!
 
2014-04-19 11:16:05 PM
Drake is as hard as foie gras.
 
2014-04-19 11:20:12 PM
Oh no, Jay-Z's not hardcore anymore! Guess he'll have to work through it by f*cking Beyonce and running his multi-million dollar business empire.
 
2014-04-19 11:20:37 PM
Every time I hear about Drake I think of Amanda Bynes' vagina.
 
2014-04-19 11:30:43 PM
Is that like calling him a cheese-eating surrender monkey?
 
2014-04-19 11:34:45 PM
Drake is as hard as an Easter bonnet hat.
 
2014-04-19 11:47:11 PM
 
2014-04-20 12:20:47 AM
i1051.photobucket.com
 
2014-04-20 12:59:15 AM
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That's not what he said at all.
 
2014-04-20 01:33:40 AM

K3rmy: Rap has evolved, Subby.

/never had fondue


Well mainstream radio rap has gotten a lot worse, pretty much devolved. The genre and culture outside of that is fine and I like the diversity and progressive nature of actual hip hop going on right now. Drake is the embodiment of how hip pop has made radio rap effeminate. Macklemore doesn't help either.
 
2014-04-20 01:55:21 AM
I can't believe he said that. He must be Cray (crey?) (creigh?)
 
2014-04-20 03:27:02 AM

K3rmy: Rap has evolved, Subby.

/never had fondue


No kidding. Remember when "keeping it real" meant being in gangs, living in bad neighborhoods, sitting on a porch drinking a forty and smoking weed while rapping how the cops were keeping you down?

That all changed when rappers got to the spas and found out they liked being pampered. Realized how nice they looked in Italian designer clothing and shoes. Realized that expensive bottles of wine actually taste better than the stuff you pick up at the local 7-11. Realized that living in a penthouse that has amazing views and has its own doorman is fantastic. That living the high life is way, way, way better than living in the slums. After that it was, "Fark keeping it real. I want a mani/pedi."

/They went from being like the hippies in the 60's with their "Down with the man" to the yuppies in the 80's where "Greed is good."
 
2014-04-20 03:37:51 AM
As a Canadian I'm sorry for the wussy state of our music... at least nickelback act like rock stars...
 
2014-04-20 04:15:39 AM
Great White North-siieede, represent!

/No, seriously you hoser! Take off!
 
2014-04-20 04:29:33 AM
oi58.tinypic.com
 
2014-04-20 04:38:11 AM
Cheese shaming is out of hand.
 
2014-04-20 04:44:36 AM

mekki: Fark keeping it real


That's what he said
 
2014-04-20 04:58:36 AM
'Fondue is cheese and bread, my friend.'
 
2014-04-20 05:36:26 AM
Jay Z is a 5 percenter.....Drake acts like a 1 percenter
 
2014-04-20 07:07:39 AM

FloridaFarkTag: Jay Z is a 5 percenter.....Drake acts like a 1 percenter


Forbes has Jay Z'z net worth at over 500 million for 2014.  So... Fondue?
 
2014-04-20 07:38:16 AM
THUG LIIIIFE!
 
2014-04-20 08:21:47 AM

mekki: K3rmy: Rap has evolved, Subby.

/never had fondue

No kidding. Remember when "keeping it real" meant being in gangs, living in bad neighborhoods, sitting on a porch drinking a forty and smoking weed while rapping how the cops were keeping you down?

That all changed when rappers got to the spas and found out they liked being pampered. Realized how nice they looked in Italian designer clothing and shoes. Realized that expensive bottles of wine actually taste better than the stuff you pick up at the local 7-11. Realized that living in a penthouse that has amazing views and has its own doorman is fantastic. That living the high life is way, way, way better than living in the slums. After that it was, "Fark keeping it real. I want a mani/pedi."

/They went from being like the hippies in the 60's with their "Down with the man" to the yuppies in the 80's where "Greed is good."


This, pretty much. It's been the unstoppable trend that's been going on in Hip Hop ever since the late 90s when Tupac and Biggie were shot and rappers realized that perhaps it was a better idea to make money and live the high life rather than threaten to kill each other all the time. 50 Cent and The Game managed to briefly reverse the trend and bring back gangsta rap in the mid-2000s but they themselves quickly fell into the "glam rap" trap as soon as they got really famous.

Heck, even Jay-Z himself pointed out the irony in "Death of Autotune" that, despite the fact that he sold out long long ago, he was still considered a relatively "hard" rapper compared to most of the other current artists. And that song came out 5 years ago.
 
2014-04-20 09:22:38 AM
Jay-Z's response:

i.imgur.com
 
2014-04-20 09:52:51 AM
What's wrong with fondu? I think it's good.
 
2014-04-20 10:09:41 AM
Evolution of rapper beefs...from "No Vaseline" to "Purveyor of Fondue"
 
2014-04-20 10:30:51 AM

the_vegetarian_cannibal: mekki: K3rmy: Rap has evolved, Subby.

/never had fondue

No kidding. Remember when "keeping it real" meant being in gangs, living in bad neighborhoods, sitting on a porch drinking a forty and smoking weed while rapping how the cops were keeping you down?

That all changed when rappers got to the spas and found out they liked being pampered. Realized how nice they looked in Italian designer clothing and shoes. Realized that expensive bottles of wine actually taste better than the stuff you pick up at the local 7-11. Realized that living in a penthouse that has amazing views and has its own doorman is fantastic. That living the high life is way, way, way better than living in the slums. After that it was, "Fark keeping it real. I want a mani/pedi."

/They went from being like the hippies in the 60's with their "Down with the man" to the yuppies in the 80's where "Greed is good."

This, pretty much. It's been the unstoppable trend that's been going on in Hip Hop ever since the late 90s when Tupac and Biggie were shot and rappers realized that perhaps it was a better idea to make money and live the high life rather than threaten to kill each other all the time. 50 Cent and The Game managed to briefly reverse the trend and bring back gangsta rap in the mid-2000s but they themselves quickly fell into the "glam rap" trap as soon as they got really famous.

Heck, even Jay-Z himself pointed out the irony in "Death of Autotune" that, despite the fact that he sold out long long ago, he was still considered a relatively "hard" rapper compared to most of the other current artists. And that song came out 5 years ago.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkES4anCYOw
 
2014-04-20 10:32:04 AM
Back in MY day, there were thankfully no such thing as rappers.
 
2014-04-20 10:32:43 AM

TuteTibiImperes: Every time I hear about Drake I think of Amanda Bynes' vagina.


And that makes me think of murder.
 
2014-04-20 10:48:00 AM
And this is why Hip-Hop sucks in 14. It's a shadow of what it was in 96
 
2014-04-20 11:30:16 AM
Macklemore has more Grammys than Biggie, Tupac, and The Wu-Tang combined.

/that's not Hip-Hop, that's flip-flop
 
2014-04-20 01:16:35 PM

Representative of the unwashed masses: As a Canadian I'm sorry for the wussy state of our music... at least nickelback act like rock stars...


Hey man, Devin Townsend rocks! Nobody's forcing me to listen to any other Canadian music, so as long as he makes music, this American is good with that.
 
2014-04-20 02:18:27 PM

abhorrent1: What's wrong with fondu? I think it's good.


think he was saying Jay-Z is cheesy. I agree.
 
2014-04-20 02:32:05 PM

LewDux: And this is why Hip-Hop sucks in 14. It's a shadow of what it was in 96


...it's the money!
 
2014-04-20 06:17:41 PM
black people are obsessed with beef.. white people are obsessed with cheddar.

/I guess drake and jayz are white.
 
2014-04-20 08:06:26 PM

Go Fornicate Without a Partner: black people are obsessed with beef.. white people are obsessed with cheddar.

/I guess drake and jayz are white.


Arby's, our melting pot.
 
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