Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Drake's Producer Disses Common?

Drake's producer and longtime friend, Noah "40" Shebib, has come to the Toronto rapper's defense in his ongoing (and, up to this point, one-sided) feud with Common. 40 took to Twitter to share how Common's music played a role in 40's childhood--and not exactly a positive one.
The producer sarcastically recalled being mocked for listening to the Chicago rapper.
"@common, I remember being called a b*tch in grade 9 cause I had your cd. Good thing I also had 456 by kool g rap on me. Now that's real ;)," he tweeted. "After [1997's] "one day it'll all make sense" came out I spent months arguing weather or not @common was hip hop. Everyone was saying it was too rnb."
"I'm not dissing, just facts. I love common. I also love swv and John b," he added.
Rapper Q-Tip came to Common's defense, and 40 'clarified' his position. "@QtipTheAbstract, never! Common is in my top 5 always has been," 40 tweeted. "Hes also been brave enough to be different. I respect that as well. #irony"

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This producer's confusion in how to use a homophone correctly "spent months arguing weather or not" (it's whether and not weather) explains a lot about lack of literacy.

Anonymous said...

He pussed out when Qtip was going to tear into his ass just like drake