Nicki Minaj tapped Lil Herb to record the Chicago-inspired track “Chi-Raq.”
The track has prompted many artists to record their own version. King Samson was one such artist who hopped in the booth to drop some hardcore bars on this Boi-1da, Vinylz and Allen Ritter-produced instrumental.
Despite appearing in the song’s original, Herb wasn’t safe from Samson’s lyrical thrashing.
King Samson got at Lil Herb in a small line, rapping, “BDK cause I’m 7-4 and I ain’t never seen no Herbo.”
This line is perhaps in response to an exchange between himself and Herb back in January.
Animosity apparently exists between Chi Town rappers Lil Herb and King Samson.
Herb posted to his IG account mocking the “Street God.”
The video features a flamboyant fellow with a head full of ramen noodles lip-synching a zesty rendition of Beyonce’s song “Drunk In Love.”
“OL’ @streetgod_samson LOOKINN A– N—-,” the caption on the post read.
The post didn’t sit well with Samson who slammed the “Welcome To Fazoland” rapper via Twitter.
“THIS N—- @LilHerbie_Ebk A STRIGHT B***H Y U INTERNET WOLING U JUS F****D UP B***H,” he wrote.
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