Somebody’s been a Bad Boy. Shyne previously settled his differences with Diddy, but ignites the beef once again with his latest diss record titled You’re Welcome. In a conversation with MissInfo, Po says he released the record because Diddy didn’t fulfill the promises he made when they reconciled. Sadly, this isn’t any better than what we’ve recently heard from Shyne, so skip the song and read Info’s recap below.
DOWNLOAD: Shyne – You’re Welcome (Diddy Diss)
1) Shyne sounds surprisingly like the same guy he was when we first met back in the 90’s, flush with new Bad Boy record deal money, ordering take out from Mr. Chows, hanging out with Mariah Carey at Blue Ribbon. He didn’t speak in Hebrew aphorisms, or French slang, and he didn’t have that strange Tupac-ian accent that we keep hearing in his music since he left prison in 2009.
2) Shyne says he recorded this diss song a while ago, but only released it because he feels Diddy didn’t deliver on the promises he made when they reconciled earlier this year.
3) Shyne says he turned down Diddy’s offer of money, because all he wanted was for Diddy to lobby on his behalf and help him get a US-Visa. He also says Diddy ignored his request to tweet about a White House petition to allow Shyne back in the country. “Homeboy did me dirty, he knows that, he apologized. He’s said he’s gonna spend the rest of his life helping me get my life back…so how you don’t help your man come back to America?!” I asked him if he would be satisfied if Diddy tried but was unsuccessful. He said yes, just the effort would be enough.
4) Shyne’s other complaint was on behalf of the late Anthony “Wolf” Jones, who was Diddy’s bodyguard and close friend before he was killed in 2003. He feels that Diddy should take care of Jones’ surviving mother. Shyne says, “Don’t give me any money, I don’t need it. But take care of Ms. Jones. [Diddy] gave her $10k when I started talking to him, but that was it. But while we were in Paris, he spent half a million on his chick, Cassie…If it weren’t for Wolf, if it weren’t for me, things would be very different. There would be no Ciroc deal, he wouldn’t be worth close to a billion…”