Twitter Want of truth of the Logic of "Disgust" To Be Joyner Lucas Diss Track

HipHop News Posted on March 10, 2018 at 6:19am

Twitter Want of truth of the Logic of "Disgust" To Be Joyner Lucas Diss Track

Another day, another beef?

Joyner Lucas and the Logic have a cloudy history. During the past year, Lucas has accused the glasses rapper of stealing the concept of prevention of the suicide of his hymn, "1-800-273-8255," and blasted him for his work on Tech N9ne's "Sriracha." Now, it seems that the Logic might have finally fired back, at least that is what Twitter is hypothesized.

After Logic dropped his Bobby Tarantino II mixtape on Friday (9 March), several bars in the song of "Disgust" raised some eyebrows.

"Talkin' shit 'bout Logic, I never answer/ I'm going to stop talking about success, because it's a word of advice/ More achievements for you and less talk/ the Cats of beef with the Logic, yeah, they prayin' I can answer/If I ever did, I died in this game without respawn, Peace, love, and positivity that is all that I want with you, But you insist on the issue because it will give me more press than his publicist could ever get.

"Hell nah, fuck the rap, fuck the beef, someone who hates me, I wish you success/ I wish you look in the mirror and question why it is suppressed/ If the feelings of self-hatred that you wan" project on me/ Bet if I never took the microphone, then we could be friends/ But that envy, look at my life and feel envy/ Constantly comparing himself to me and I feel empty/ the Majority of people who don't fuck with me don't never shook my hand."

Joyner refused to disrespect the Logic in your Future, "Mask" remix of the past month of May, but labeled it "a corny guy" three months later. Then, in Joyner's "Look Alive" freestyle, which seemed to have fallen from a subliminal aimed at the artist from all over the world.

Once the fans began to dissect the lyrics of "Yuck," a number of Twitter users came to the conclusion that the song is, in fact, a diss track aimed at Luke.


— Antonio Prado (@anthonyprado722) March 9, 2018


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