Lord Jamar Responds To Eminem and Royce Da 5’9 Commentary

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Lord Jamar Responds To Eminem and Royce Da 5'9 Commentary

Last week was actually notable shot from mastermind Royce. Royce brutally stormed on Lord Jamar’s fatal Diss aimed on Eminem. Is now a fury back to back slam since Lord Jamar wants to maintain his verbally words on Eminem though his new comeback responds draw bitterly movement putting both Eminem, Royce Da 5’9 into one single shoe

If you fan Jamar, Eminem and Royce, things going on in the gut should miss your way. Jamar plot trend online, hitting slim shady a Wack rapper yet again claiming nobody listen to Em music.

While Royce enlist himself as one of the fixture last week, with angry outburst simply hunted on behalf of Eminem. He used lengthy correction during an interview against Lord Jamar’s heck bullying. You know that’s what gives birthday to Lord Jamar’s new curious responds and below is what he said.

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“I bet y’all thought I wasn’t going to reply to Mr. Royce Da 5’9,” he began. “Wrong! Let’s unpack this, shall we? An IG just surfaced recently a couple days ago of Royce Da 5’9 talking about me. What up Royce? Apparently you were a little upset — again. I thought the video was old actually. But nope, it’s a new one. People don’t really ask me about you Royce. They ask me about Eminem, but for some reason, you like to respond. OK. I get it. You’re a loyal guy.”

Before he head over to the backlash primarily surrounds him and Eminem, he called Royce’s approach “almost passive aggressive.” He pointed out Nickel Nine started his IG video by calling Jamar a “legend,” which he found rather odd.

“Now, let’s just unpack that real quick,”he continues. “The reason why he would call me a ‘legend’ and my group ‘legendary’ is because when Brand Nubian came out, our debut album received five mics in The Source. At that time, The Source was the Hip Hop muthafuckin bible. And to get five mics, not many people had done it at that time. Later on, the publication went down and started giving mics away, but at that time, getting five mics in The Source was some shit.

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Also, when our shit came out, our shit was everywhere. The hood was fuckin’ with us. The suburbs was fuckin’ with us. From the jails to the college dorm, black people white people, like everybody was fuckin’ with Brand Nubian and it was a legendary time. This is when people would buy a tape and you knew you had a poppin album ’cause niggas was riding around the street and all you’d hear was basically one album, or certain albums that were poppin’ at that time.”


“Our run was legendary. Our impact was legendary. We made knowledge of self cool, palatable. People came before us that had knowledge of self. Rakim made it super cool … Big Daddy Kane … but when we came with it, we went just a little deeper and made it a little more palatable.

“A lot of people got knowledge of self through fuckin’ with our music. That’s what makes Brand Nubian so legendary. Why dude would even start out his whole rant about that and say that so thank you and respect for acknowledging what I’ve done in this game as a legend. Thank you. I appreciate that.”

“I’ve been done mad interviews and people ask me about Eminem,” he said. “I really don’t give a fuck about Eminem to be honest. He’s not someone I’m really thinking about. The only reason I bring him up is because you have white people that will say Eminem is the G.O.A.T. of Hip Hop based upon his record sales. That’s the only problem I have.

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“Do I think he’s a top-tier lyricist, just rhyme speaking? Yes. I’ve said that multiple times. How many fucking times do I have to fucking say it? The guy puts words together well. I think what prompted this newest video is my man DJ Vlad, who so many people love to hate, asked the brother Conway — shout out to that whole Griselda movement. I’m fuckin’ with it — he asked him basically all the shit I said. Now, he disagreed with me as far as Eminem being a guest in the house of Hip Hop. He did agree with me on the fact that niggas in the hood don’t really listen to Eminem.”

what do you think about this lengthy responds from Jamar. Before he hang up he hopped in again on Eminem and still grip people in the hood Don’t play Eminem song. He said, that’s not Diss but fact ?

Well, Royce, Nick Cannon aren’t only peer in Hip-Hop who acts like a freelance for Eminem, basically on Lord Jamar beef. 50 Cent previously support Eminem and said to Jamar, I Thought You Died.

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