Jun 23 - the streets are buzzing about who Luda dissed on his new track
. Luda goes at T.I. or Jeezy? A day after Ludacris' "War with God' leaked onto the internet, heads are speculating whether he's going at Young Jeezy or T.I. Eyes widened when Luda offered, ""How many times is you gon' rap about bustin' yo gun?/ How many times is you gon' trap without bustin' yo gun?" in the beginning of his second verse. Jeezy and T.I. are believed to be the targets being that they're the trap's premiere's spokesmen. On Rick Ross' "Hustlin" remix, Jeezy ends his verse with "remix still talking white bricks/two million records sold and I'm still talking white sh*t." Meanwhile, Luda could have possibly countered with, "I paid the price and the cost to be the boss so you can rest your mouth/ I'm universal Luda never limits hisself to the South/ I give a damn about your hootin' and hollerin' it ain't botherin' me/I hear you talking but you ain't made it to three." The aforementioned passage features references that could apply to both the Snowman and self-proclaimed king of the south. Who knows? He may be dissing both or maybe just aiming at studio gangsters. Tip and Luda reportedly squashed their feud a while back and there has been no reports of tension between Luda and Jeezy.
Last night during DJ Kay Slay's "Drama Hour" on New York's Hot 97, DTP co-Ceo Jeff Dixon emailed the song to the Drama king. The Harlemite immediately spun it three times. While SOHH NYC strongly believes that the track aims at Tip, there's still no confirmation. DTP reps could not be reached for comments.