We could finally be seeing the maturation of Hip Hop beyond the generation of Jay Z and Nas. It began with the likes of Kanye West and years later, Kendrick Lamar.
Every time one rapper addresses another rapper on a record, it does not have to be considered a diss. If he isn't disrespecting, dismissing, or discrediting another man, how can we call it a diss? Was Kanye's "Big Brother" a diss or just a discussion of perspective? Was Kendrick's "Control" verse a diss or just a call to arms? Was J. Cole's "Let Nas Down" a diss or an honest display of vulnerability?
Now J. Cole and Wales have traded songs, not dissing one another but addressing one another as peers in a culture built on self expression.
You think that your fantasies of having sex with a woman who opposes your worldview somehow cancels out her opinion but by that same logic, it really only cancels out your own opinion.
Imagine that. She sitting there talking with so much disdain for your people and you sitting there lusting after her pussy. Probably the same niggas to get mad when black women call you a sellout and a traitor to your race.