Atlanta rapper Alley Boy appears to have taken offense to T.I.'s new "Addresses" diss record and has answered the "King of the South" with shots toward his street image.
Posting up videos of Tip giving a Crime Stoppers announcement and testifying in a court case, Alley Boy slammed the fellow ATL rapper's image.
"SO DIS WHAT Y'ALL KING OF DA SOUTH IS BOUT? F*CK OUT OF HERE.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oeh3ivWutyY&feature=youtube_gdat... ...," he tweeted December 15th.
"Y'ALL N*GGAZ LOOK FOR UR SELF....IF DIS P*SSY DA KING IM OBAMA!! WITNESS! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJBZXpylyUg&feature=youtube_gdat... " (Alley Boy's Twitter)
A few days ago, Tip talked about his "Addresses" track and artists likely stepping forward to make themselves a part of his secret feud.
"Nah, it was direct," Tip told DJ Drama. "Yeah, it was direct. Now the thing about who it was directed to, it benefits them more than me for me to put that out there. So I made it directly to them in a way so only they will know. Therefore, so they cannot get any shine off of it. So I'ma make a prediction here, everybody, on Shade 45, on Drama's show. There shall be a few rappers that feel they will be benefited by accepting that burden and they will step into that line of fire knowing that it is not them but they feel it is better for them to step into that line of fire, be hit and receive the benefits of what comes with being hit by a T.I. bullet. That will be the greatest thing that ever happened to them in their life, man. They mama gonna say, 'Oh, my baby got hit by a T.I. bullet. Proudest moment of my life.'" (Shade 45)
On the record, the "King" lets it be known he has issues with a fellow Atlanta hip-hop artist.
"Don't bring that bullsh*t to me, bruh," Tip raps. "Ain't no back and forth, f*ck with me, I'm torchin' n*ggas/Don't go to war unless your money right -- Hey look I can't afford a gun fight/Ha! But I can afford one life/All that sucker sh*t, you broke and now you so upset/All the sh*t you kick around the city gets you no respect/I know a rap beef what you want, that sh*t I been did/You such a gangster, get some money out the street then/Been in the game for 11 years, if I was such a h*e, n*gga I'd a been exposed 10 years ago/Never been robbed, never got my chain took/Never even been hit in my face, don't believe, then look..." ("Addresses")
Last year, Alley Boy confirmed going after T.I. and Young Jeezy on his "I Want In" record.
"The whole record -- it was what it was. People know what time it is," Alley explained in an interview. "I said what I said and I meant it. It was some situations that happened between them two cats or whatever. I ain't into promoting those two dudes, they names and junk or whatever, but people know what it is. It was some situation that happened with the boy Tip or whatever, about a video that was put out -- I don't want to get too deep into that, but anyway he called my big homie. One of the other CEOs, he called him and he threw something out there to him, a certain proposition about what happened and it made me look at dude like a coward. You have to stand up for yourself, can't nobody fight your battles. It really brushed us real sour. Instead of just taking it to the streets, which we were about to, it was like, 'OK, I'm gonna go this way.' And with the other dude or whatever, it was just a character thing. He's like, 'Oh Alley, you just did a song with him,' or whatever, whatever. ... In a way, you know, middle finger to both of them. That's my word, that's what it is." (Hot 107.9)