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Havoc – “Separated (Real From The Fake)”
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Havoc and Prodigy are more on-off than Rachel and Joey (word to Friends). After we thought that whole “beef” facade went off back in April, Capital H reemerged recently claiming that he, in fact, was responsible for the initial offensive tweets, and told AllHipHop that Mobb Deep are on hiatus “indefinitely.” And there’s nothing like adding insult to injury is there? On his brand new track, “Separated (Real From The Fake)”, taken from his upcoming 13 LP, it would appear that the diss-ready member of the Queensbridge duo has aimed yet more slurs his counterpart’s way. Just get a load of the lyrics below.

 

Just a liability, so I gotta write you off, and tossed to the side your hide is too soft/ You pu**y like clitoris, you addicted to the dick riding and can’t get off it/ Turn ya children to orphans, f*ck outta here, you my offspring, gave you that life that you talkin’/ QB ’til my mother f*ckin’ coffin…

 

Although it’s unconfirmed whether this is actually a diss track, opinions are being shared online in their numbers. HipHopDX asks the question, “Do you think Havoc is dissing Prodigy on “Separated (Real From The Fake)”? And although the rapper himself waves off the idea, all fingers point that direction. I’ll let the legendary Christopher Wallace speak my piece: “Fuck that beef sh*t, that sh*t is played out.”

 

 

 

 

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