Stephon Marbury Drops Another Jay-Z Diss

Music

John Kennedy / September 26, 2009

Basketball free agent Stephon Marbury was captured on camera going in on Jay-Z again–this time assembling a diss in song.

Following last week’s web video where Marbury called Jay-Z a “camel,” the latest clip finds Marbury singing on tape to the backdrop of tinkering piano.

“Million for your bullshit…album/yes I said it/that’s my story/thank you Jay-Z/your rhymes old…I’m going at you/I said your name/and it rhymes with gay/you better come back/where are you homeboy?/I’m waiting for you/tried to diss Nas/and then come back and apologize.”

The jabs stem from a line in Jay-Z’s 2003 single, “La, La, La” where the rapper said, “Don’t confuse me with Marbury out this bitch / run up on me at the light, you could lose your life.

Marbury’s latest attack continues a string of eccentric videos from the NBA guard, who’s eaten Vaseline and cried in past videos.

Jay-Z has yet to address his fellow Brooklyn native. -Linda Hobbs