Who Shot Ya?, which seemed to be a direct reference to the incident. In response, Pac released Hit 'Em Up, a diss song about Biggie. The battle never got any more heated, as Pac was shot and killed a few months later, and Biggie was shot and killed early the following year.
Kill That Noise, but BDP put a nail in Juice Crew's coffin with The Bridge Is Over.
Slim Anus, spoofing Em's popular Slim Shady. ICP's version was lame and uninspired, attempting to diss Eminem by calling him gay. Because ICP is, apparently, in 7th grade. Eminem had the last laugh in his song Marshall Mathers, in which he responds to the gay allegations by saying... Well, I'll let him say it.
Ether and Got Ur Self A...--both of which were directed at Jay-Z. Jay-Z came back with Supa Ugly, and premiered it on the Angie Martinez show on Hot 97, New York's premiere hip hop radio station. What followed was a listener poll in which Nas was declared the winner, 58% to 42%. Sure, it was one of the less gangsta ways to determine a rap feud outcome, but it doesn't take away from the vitriol both lyricists spit at each other.
White and Nerdy), leading Chamillionaire to say "He's actually rapping pretty good on it, it's crazy ... I didn't know he could rap like that." Coolio, meanwhile, is in the dustbin of history.
So there you have it--rap battles. Told you we cover everything at the KT5! If you liked this, please share it and like us on Facebook. And don't forget to leave your comments below!