From resources, it is revealed that the relation between the two was very brief.You know you're in the wrong battle when other rappers laugh off off your so-called beef. Cole/Diggy," was how Childish Gambino captured rap's latest feud (it feels weird just typing that) on "Eat Your Vegetables," perfectly summing up the sentiment that has greeted the feud brewing between Diggy Simmons and J. Cole song, "Purple Rain," a non-album cut Cole leaked nearly two years ago. You know who it is Heard you lying on my sis, tellin' people that you hit When ya album drops, I'ma hit you with your brick So I'ma bomb first on you since you wanna riff.""Good girl huh, father was a preacher Sent her off to college thought I got her on a leash though From the outside though, them girls be the squeakiest You get 'em inside them girls be the freakiest" Beef or BS: I hope J.After the eight years of Off and On relationship, the Vanessa was expecting a Michael’s baby.At first she had a fear of telling her father, but when her father came to know that he is going to become a grandfather of baby; he became very exciting.
That Presents: Ice JJfish – This Christmas – Starring Karen Vi. Diggy's attack isn't unprovoked though, as Cole has previously fired shots at the 17-year-old on track 'Grew Up Fast.' "Move along c**k-sucker, ain’t got nothing to see / ‘less you talking blockbuster, you n***as is not Russell / You more Diggy, Me, I’m more Biggie / No diss to the young boy," Cole said. Initially they were only good friend but with passage of time some more things was adding on in their friendship.If anyone understands what it feels like to be an underdog, it's J. I hope he braves Diggy's shots with the same powerful response he gave Charles Hamilton and Canibus - silence. I'm willing to bet my last pint of Ben & Jerry's that Cole is using poetic license to furnish this narrative.Verdict: BSTurns out Cole and Vanessa (Rev Run's daughter/Diggy's big sister) took classes at St. It's widely assumed that the second verse of "Purple Rain" is based on Vanessa Simmons. If that's the case, I'm glad he did because "Purple Rain" is among his most vivid portraits.