Bun B, Says JAY-Z Was Dropping The Shadow In the "Get Throwed" Remix

HipHop News Posted on August 21, 2017 at 8:08am

Bun B, Says JAY-Z Was Dropping The Shadow In the "Get Throwed" Remix

Let the speculation begin!

The southern Hip Hop legend Bun B, half of the iconic group UGK, has been giving many interviews since dropping his latest single "Gametime." What's more juicy that the news of his next album is executive produced by Big K. R. I. T. is the tea that the godfather of trill has been shedding for die-hard music fans.

The last piece of Hip Hop lore was revealed during a conversation with Elliott Wilson on the Rap Radar podcast. Supposedly, JAY-Z's verse in 2005 "Get Throwed (Remix)", which also featured Pimp C, Jeezy and Z-Ro, was in reality a thesis directed to an unknown entity.

"If you listen to 'Get Shot' to JAY verse — for some people it will be more clear than others — but there were shots in the bars 8 to 12, and there were more shots of the bars 12 to 16," Bun said Wilson. When full asked if it was aimed at Nas, Bun replied quickly, "Nah nah nah. This was before ... this was more internal."

Bun B says Jay Z was shooting at someone "Get Pulled," but who? ?https://t.co/ZTyfKfi1wd

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— Complex (@Complex) August 16, 2017

With the Nas out of the equation, this has left some to ponder if the shadow was destined to JAY's former Roc-A-Fella partner Dame Dash. All things considered, it is not likely that Hov never leaves us in on the secret.

The thesis of revelation is only the most recent Bun in the last few weeks. During an episode packed full of Drink Fields earlier this month, revealed that Pimp C was originally created to appear on JAY's "A Week Ago", next to Too Short — a song that appeared on Hov's third album, Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life. The collaboration never came to fruition, though, as neither artist was willing to travel to record the track.

He also told the hosts of N. O. R. E. and DJ EFN-who UGK and Three 6 Mafia were going to form a super group called The Underground Mafia. "[Three 6 Mafia] 'Sippin' on Some Sizzurp' was the first song of [the group] that UGK an

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