here's the song
here's the song
what a dumb hoe
didnt understand? from what i can tell it was spot on for the theme of the track
hopefully ghost records a response video filled with "ya heard?" and "na'mean?"
song sucks anyway (honestly didn't give it a full listen), but what she said about only doing proper collaborations with people she meets and discusses the song with makes sense to me...isn't that what alot of us complain about anyway?
ungrateful, talentless devil whore!!!
she should be counting her blessings the god even blessed her soulless track!
but ghost will get the last laugh when this cracker bitch is sucking crusty dicks in a london slum somewhere for crack/meth until she does the world a favor and pulls a winehouse.
"Fuck Wu Tang Corp" - The GZA/Genius
Fuck that whore
A wise man told me don't argue with fools
cause people from a distance can't tell who is who
met her at a party last year. she does come off as a bitch.
also ghost clearly knew what the song was about. its hardly fucking complex.
Whats funny about this is would anybody even be talking about her or the song unless it was for ghostface killah and if anything he made the song better
ghost could've rhymed about lightning rod fever heaters and she shoulda been grateful
ive never even heard her name before
fuk dat biiatch
she bitches about ghost but wtf its her own fault for losing creative control of her shit to the record lables. they obviously whored her album out .. and im sure the paper was right for ghost lol
at the end of the day we all know shes talentless .
for some reason i want to hit her face in with a baseball bat
What a load of stans in here. Okay, song is meh, Paloma is a smartass, I agree, Ghostface appearance is wasted (what was that, four bars?), but those e-thug stan comments like "ungrateful bitch" "smack in the face" and whatnot are just bullshit.
He's not paying you.
"The Devil is not the Prince of Matter; the Devil is the arrogance of the spirit, faith without smile, truth that is never seized by doubt. The Devil is grim because he knows where he is going, and, in moving, he always returns whence he came."