As Joe Budden doubles down on his ire about Logic, the DMV rapper delivered what looks to be a response to ongoing discussions. Logic has been a polarizing talent in Hip Hop as fans and his peers debate his lyrics and delivery. He's recently shared albums College Park and Vinyl Days, and while his fans are thrilled about his emergence from retirement, Joe Budden wants less of Logic on the mic. The latter shared his rendition of Ice Cube's 1990s classic "It Was a Good Day," where he crooned the fan favorite. Reactions were a mixed bag; it looks like Logic responded in a simple tweet.
The rapper shared a photo of himself seemingly toasting to the good life while playing dominoes. The caption read, "Then we played bones, and I'm yellin domino"-a bar from Cube's track. Logic took a calm approach despite Budden giving a scathing hot take on his podcast. He has been going in on Logic for years, and it's clear that not only is Budden not a fan, but he's also ready for Logic to hang it up.
"And then when we think he can't get any worse, you have the bright idea of doing an Ice Cube flip," Budden said this week. Logic also faced pushback about using the n-word during his cover, although the word was in Cube's original lyrics. The fast-rhyming rapper is biracial and speaks of his background often. However, his use of the n-word is something that Budden doesn't seem to accept.
"Logic is just not himself. I just think that Logic should be himself. He panders to the Black community every other second," he said. Well, that's the problem with panders, is that they always gotta find something new to pander to." After receiving backlash for the harsh delivery, Budden returned to double down on his sentiments.
Ice Cube's Son Jokes About Logic's Cover
Actor and filmmaker O'Shea Jackson Jr., Cube's son, also caught wind of Logic's cover. He joked about the rapper singing the line about Cube having sex with a woman named Kim-which happens to be Jackson's mother. He teased that if the rapper said that again about his mama, Jackson would have to come see him face-to-face. Check out the cover above and let us know your thoughts on this rendition.