DJ Akademiks Not Having It After Lil Baby Disses Him On 'It's Only Me' Tracks

The Atlanta rapper, who released his latest album on Friday, October 14, takes shots at the media personality on two songs, 'Top Priority' as well as 'From Now On'.

AceShowbiz - DJ Akademiks has been mentioned on Lil Baby's "It's Only Me" songs, and he's confused why the rapper would bring up his name. Upon learning of the emcee's diss tracks for him, the YouTuber gave his response on Instagram Story posts.

In one snap, Akademiks wrote, "I heard le Bebe shouted me out twice in da album? Wat he say y'all pmo." He then shared a snippet of "Top Priority", adding several crying laughing emojis and questioning, "What le Bebe [talk about]?"

The media personality later turned to Twitter to fire back at the Atlanta hip-hop artist. "Lil Baby dissed me instead of Fani Willis (DA of fulton county) and his real opps.. Wat is Rap music," he argued.

Baby, whose real name is Dominique Armani Jones, first dragged Akademiks on "From Now On" ft. Future. "Really sturdy, a wall, n***a, can't beat me/ Akademiks know he ain't as rich as me/ Brodie ready to eat for a twenty piece/ I ain't got nothin' to say to you mini-mes," he rhymes.

On "Top Priority", meanwhile, the 27-year-old Grammy winner spits, "Akademiks, n***as think they can't get touched." He continues, "Ion be on computers much, CED turnt me on to youtube/ I keep tryna tell em I'm different from what they used to."

Baby dropped "It's Only Me" on Friday, October 14. Serving as a follow-up to 2020's "My Turn", the new record also features appearances from the likes of Nardo Wick ("Pop Out"), Young Thug ("Never Hating"), Fridayy ("Forever"), Rylo Rodriguez ("Cost to be Alive") and Jeremih ("Stop Playin"). EST Gee and Pooh Shiesty, in the meantime, appear on the album on "Back and Forth" and "Shiest Talk" respectively.

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