Although Weezy hasn't confirmed the diss, the song which also features Jadakiss indeed contains lyrics which give reference to the Roc Nation founder.
Rumors spread like wild fire that Lil Wayne targets Jay-Z in a newly-leaked song called "It's Good". Featuring Drake and Jadakiss, the track is recorded for Weezy's soon-to-be-released studio album "Tha Carter IV".
The song opens with someone crooning such lyrics as "You who are rich and whose troubles are few/ May come around to see my point of view/ What price the crown of the king on his throne?/ When you're chained in the dark all alone."
Jadakiss then gets his rap turn first, spitting "I'm as real as they come, I follow the rules/ I'm still in the hood, but I probably should move/ Made enough money, I don't f*** around/ I just felt they needed me, so I stuck around."
Drizzy follows next, rapping not-so-apologetic lines. He throws his verses, "Please pardon my brother/ He's just angry at you n****s who don't have your heart in your rap s***/ And got too f***in comfy, cause we still f***in hungry."
Weezy saves his bars for the last. He rhymes, "Talkin' about baby money, I got your baby money/ Kidnap your b****, get that how much you love your lady money. I know you fake n****, press your brakes n****/ I'll take you out, that's a date, n****."
Although there is no official word whether or not the song is directed at Jay-Z, many people were quick to link it to lyrics rapped by the "Watch the Throne" rapper in song "H.A.M". The Roc Nation founder raps, "I'm like really half a billi n****, really you got Baby money/ Keep it real with n****s, n****s ain't got my lady money."