It's been two years since Lil Wayne threatened to kidnap Jay-Z's wife, Beyonce Knowles, on a song called "It's Good". Now, Jay-Z fires back at Wayne with "La Familia", a song off his upcoming album "Magna Carta... Holy Grail".
Through the lyrics, Jay-Z tries to warn Wayne not to mess with his family. "Wanna kidnap wifey/ Good luck with that bruh/ You must gonna hide your whole family/ What you think we wearing black for/ Ready for that war/ Ready for that war ready/ You ain't ready, yo, you radio," Jay-Z raps.
The feud between the two rappers began when Jay-Z attacked Bryan "Baby" Birdman, the co-owner of Cash Money Records, on "H.A.M", a song off his "Watch the Throne" album. "I'm like, 'Really, half-a-billi?'/ N***a, really, you got baby money/ Keep it real with n***as, n***as ain't got my lady money," Jay-Z raps in the song.
As an artist who got signed on the label, Wayne wasn't happy with it. He later responded to Jay-Z's diss with a song called "It's Good". "Talkin' 'bout baby money/ I got your baby money/ Kidnap your b***h/ Get that 'how much you love your lady?' money," Wayne spits his verses.
Jay-Z's "Magna Carta... Holy Grail" is set to arrive on July 4 via "Magna Carta" app, a customized app where one million Samsung Galaxy users can download the album for free.