Interesting tweet from Coach Wheatley

Submitted by PolskaPride on February 18th, 2016 at 7:30 PM

Not every tweet from a coach is noteworthy but considering Coach Wheatley does not tweet often, this could definitely be something worth noting. He is the primary recruiter for Isaiah Wilson, who attends Poly Prep in Brooklyn.

 

Is Brooklyn in the house? - Without a doubt, Biggie Smalls the fella with clout everybody yapping about...The Notorious B.I.G!

— Tyrone Wheatley (@CoachWheat6) February 18, 2016

Comments

jdib

February 18th, 2016 at 8:07 PM ^

My point was that hit em up is not a good 2pac track.  Yes, i get why you referenced it because it was a diss track aimed at Biggie.  However, it was painfully obvious you didn't grow up during that feud if you called that "great music".  To Live and Die in L.A. and California Love are way more fitting of that category. Either way, I am just busting your chops.

kscurrie2

February 18th, 2016 at 9:12 PM ^

Don't forget biggies "long kiss".

"Uhh.. I'm flamin gats, aimin at, these f...in
maniacs, put my name in raps, what part the
game is that? Like they hustle backwards
I smoke Blackwoods and Dutchies, ya can't touch me
Try to rush me, slugs go, touchy-touchy
You're bleedin lovely, wit'chyo, spirit above me
or beneath me, your whole life you live sneaky
Now you rest eternally, sleepy, you burn when you creep me
Rest where the worms and the weak be
My nine flies, baptize, rap guys
With the Holy Ghost, I put holes in most
You hold your toast shaky, slippin tryin to break me
Look what you made me do, brains blew
My team in the marine-blue, six Coupe
Skied it out, weeded out, cleanin out -- the block
for distances, givin long kisses B.....

trustBlue

February 19th, 2016 at 2:26 AM ^

Krs-One's "The Bridge is Over" is still the best diss track ever (and didn't even need to any curse words), but Ether is the track by which all other diss tracks will forever be judged.  

And although his career was brief, Canibus' "2 Round KO" is still one of my favorites.

jblaze

February 18th, 2016 at 8:43 PM ^

I'd argue hit em up is the best diss track ever. Pac's anger is incredible. you can feel it as a listener.

the insults to Puff, Jr. Mafia, Jay ... are also impressive. I mean people are going crazy over Drake for Back 2 Back, but he's coming after a nobody in Meek vs. PAC who came after the whole East coast. at that time, Hot97 didn't even play 2Pac, because we all hated him in NYC.

jdib

February 18th, 2016 at 9:01 PM ^

A)  Meek Mill, who is supposed to be as street as they come, came after Drake out of nowhere unprovoked.

 

B)  Let's be honest, 2Pac and Big were close to equals as far as the rap game went.  When Drake fired back at Meek, Drake was the underdog. But when you come out with the line "You gettin bodied by a singin' n****.  I'm sorry, that's a 1 hit KO.  Made Meek look flat silly for coming after Drake and destroyed his cred entirely.  Everyone makes fun of Meek Mill now.  Meanwhile, everyone still respects Big and 2Pac equally.

 

No question though.. the Biggie/2PAC feud is >>>>>>>> Drake/Mill feud.

 

 

Michwolverinefreak

February 18th, 2016 at 9:38 PM ^

First time I heard back 2 back I thought it was incredibly lame, only surpassed by Meek's "Wanna know". Then I listened to it a few more times, looked up the context and meaning, and I like it quite a bit now.

But nowhere near Hit 'em Up in my opinion. Or Fuck wit Dre Day. Or Real Mothaphukkin G's (my favorite). I feel like if Drake had a beef with somebody who didn't suck, it would carry more weight.

sum1valiant

February 19th, 2016 at 7:55 AM ^

Hit em up is by far the greatest diss track ever. I'll also add Jadakiss with Checkmate (50 cent diss) to the discussion. Jada absolutely destroys 50 on it.
"This is a true fact. Since when has it become cool to get shot and not shoot back"".
"Picture 'kiss not come out swingin', it's like going to see 50 at a show and he don't come out singin'."

Danwillhor

February 18th, 2016 at 10:31 PM ^

that they pushed their talent to make public via songs? Regardless of what was said neither were gangsters or thugs. Tupac was in digital underground, ffs lol. Both wrote poetry, etc. Biggie was loyal to the guy paying him and there were rumors that 2pac was raped in prison before being bailed out by Suge under the promise he make music for Death Row. That's when 2pac became a gangster rapper. Forget the 1st shooting as the prior friends had made up behind the scenes soon after. It was real personal between Combs and Knight. Like, "your bodyguard killed my friend" personal. Rap, money and self interest were just the BS public face of it.