R&Beef: Eric Bellinger Says Tory Lanez Forced Diss Song To Come Out

HipHop News Posted on March 26, 2018 at 10:56am

R&Beef: Eric Bellinger Says Tory Lanez Forced Diss Song To Come Out

#DXCLUSIVE: R&B, talent breaks his "Uff" diss and why he was going to "Memories of Don't Die" creator.

Los Angeles, CA – Historically, R&B, the music has never been as competitive as Hip-Hop, even when there are two opposing to the singers they don't like each other.

Eric Bellinger says HipHopDX he thought that he had a friend in Tory Lanez, his school mates new singer, but a particular record (and a couple of interviews) that leads to the release of the Memories do not Die, allowed him to believe otherwise.

R&B niggas with Sisqó hair cuts, wildin' and stylin' dissin', I guess you just tryna go viral, I feel 'em This your favorite song, this gon' be your favorite song from 'Cept when I say, it is really the people's favorite song You made a vid dissin' the bending of the i8 could have flexed it a 'Rari or a Wraith, but nigga, I ain't― Tory Lanez – Hate to Say

Today (March 26), Bellinger officially made things official with the release of her Tory Lanez thesis titled "Uff" — where he takes the instrumental of "Hate to Say," the MDD track he feels he was slandered in the first.

"He just kept doing interviews," Lanez said DX on the phone only seconds after being contacted for comment.

"I'm not a fan of confrontation. I'm not sure what to expect, I'm not trying to be out in the street and we fight all Instagram. But as hard as Tekashi 6ix9ine here is going to come on niggas, I was just like 'fuck it!' I have to do this song. If he wants to tell us something, great. And I'm going to come right back in your ass!"

"Your unique talent is the imitation of someone who's talented/Released a couple of singles for his fans, that was red-hot/Surely had a change of heart the day after the album already dropped/Stole an atmosphere of Trey Song/Had a flow of K. Dot/a Little sound as Fetty Wap/damn Tory, when's it going to stop?"

Despite being prepared for all the smoke, Bellinger says that the meat is not going to define your music going forward this year, however.

"I have the new album, Eazy Call, dropping the 6 of April, w

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