Diggy Simmons ‘Fall Down': Rapper Disses J. Cole on New Song
Diggy Simmons and J. Cole are at odds once again. Back in April, the two had a war of words on record when the younger rhymer put out "What You Say to Me," a response to Cole's 2010 track "Purple Rain," where he was allegedly taking jabs at one of Simmons' sisters. Now comes "Fall Down," a new J. Cole diss track courtesy of Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club.
On the effort, the Unexpected Arrival creator calls out the Roc Nation artist's government name.
"I guess I rattled you, snaggletooth/ You know better/ Thought 'J' stood for Jermaine not Jetsetter/ You seen me and shook my hand/ Coppin' pleas in person," Simmons raps on the song.
Apparently Rev. Run's son put out "Fall Down" as a result of Cole's freestyle during a performance at a recent Kendrick Lamar show in North Carolina. "Picture me hating on a young n---- with talent/ Caked out on his allowance," J. Cole spit.
Though Cole never called out Diggy Simmons by name on his song, it's evident from their past lyrical beef he was referring to the latter.
"Fall Down", which also features singer Victoria Monet, will appear on Simmons' upcoming mixtape, Out of This World.
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