It seems as if rap newcomer Diggy Simmons had a few choice words for Roc Nation artist J. Cole, as Simmons recently let loose a diss record aimed at Cole, taking offense to certain lyrics in a song by Cole dubbed "Grew Up Fast".
In the song Cole says "Unless you talkin blockbusters, you n---as is not Russell, You more Diggy - me I'm more Biggie/No diss to the young boy im just rappin get bored quickly".
Cole also made a reference to Simmons' sister, Vanessa, who also attended St. John's University during the same time as the artist.
In that lyric he states: "What up Vanessa, I loved you that one semester/Thanks to my profession I balled like Uncle Fester/Thinkin about the board I use to have above the dresser."
Diggy apparently took offense to that and put out a track titled "What You Say To Me" in which he attempts to get back at Cole.
"The other day I was listening to 'Purple Rain', couldn't believe all of the things that I heard em say/Who dat, who dat, you know who it is, heard you lying on my sis, tellin people that you hit when your album drops I'ma hit you with your bricks, so I'ma bomb first on you since you wanna riff/Who you gonna call, you ain't got no friends, this fight is fixed, you ain't got no wins/Little n---a named Cole think he live like me, jet setter trend setter, yeah you not like me/Can't find a girl that you know that do not like me, can't find a girl I know, who know you, you dumb fool/Wasn't even poppin' in the school you used to go to."
Cole has yet to issue a response to this Diggy Simmons lyrical lash out. We'll see what developments, if any, come about.