Damian “Dame D.O.L.L.A.” Lillard takes aim at Shaquille O’Neal on his diss track, “Reign Reign Go Away” – a play off Shaq’s 1996 album “You Can’t Stop The Reign.” For the record’s cover art, Dame used a photo of the 4x NBA champ crying on the show “Hot Ones.”
In the three-minute onslaught, Lillard dissects Shaq’s accomplishments on the court as well as off – including his attempts at being an actor (“Kazaam” and “Blue Chips”). He then proceeds to throw jabs at Shaq’s “lousy career” with the Cavaliers and Heat.
“Said yourself that I’m a Tesla, no longer need diesel gas. Kinda like the Cavs ain’t really need Diesel ass. And even in Miami, won that on the strength of Flash.”
“Your flexing ain’t really your thing bro. We both could be working at Kinko’s. And Kobe won you them rings though.”
Will Shaq respond? We shall see. The ongoing rap beef between the two began when Lillard appeared on the Joe Budden Podcast and proclaimed he was a better rapper than Shaq.
You tell us!