The two both hometown is St.Louis and they both are tyring to keep their street cred with the [show me comments].
in previous interviews, Huey explained how he approached Nelly at a party to talk about the possibility of the two working together on Notebook Paper. But Nelly apparently wasn’t interested, and Huey didn’t take kindly to the way it was all handled. So Huey responded with “Down, Down, Baby,” a dis track riffing off Nelly’s hit “Country Grammar.”
“It’s a support war,” Huey explained rather vaguely. “It’s a difference [between us]. It’s exactly what it is, if you listen to my album, you can see the difference from St. Louis now compared to then. That’s not even St. Louis’ style.”
Nelly eventually stoked the flames with his verse on the street track “Cut It Up,” with Pimp C and Sean Paul of the YoungBloodz.
“It’s a new St. Louis, yeah that’s funny/ I’mma stick with the old, the new don’t make enough money,” he spit on the song.
::::LETS BE REAL , NELLY IS NOT THE HARDEST RAPPER[NO HOMO] BUT HE HAS THE BACKING OF MANY. AS WE SEEN IN OTHER BEEFS, NELLY HELD HIS OWN. IS THIS CASE OF PUBLICITY STUNT OR A BITTER HUEY FROM BACK IN THE DAY?::::