Incidentally, it landed on the web a week after Diggy's debut LP, , landed on the shelves to the tune of 21,000 units. To answer that question, we must first examine the facts. Cole track, the aforementioned "Purple Rain," in which Cole raps about getting freaky with a preacher's daughter. A little over a month later, Diggy shot back with a diss song of his own, "What You Say to Me." Now, Diggy's father (the esteemed hip-hop veteran Rev Run of Run-DMC) claims that Diggy's response is actually an old song that wasn't supposed to see the light of day. Just to make up for that line, invite him on tour quickly."For his response, Diggy chose to address a different J.As of 2016 she stars in the reality television program Growing Up Hip Hop, which she executive produces and stars in with Romeo Miller.Other cast members include TJ Mizell, Kristinia De Barge, Boogie Dash and Egypt Criss.star had her baby about a month earlier than expected.Angela Simmons got engaged to businessman Sutton Tennyson earlier this year, and it is unclear as to whether he is still her fiancé or husband.
Rev Run’s daughter also talks about some of her baby Sutton Joseph’s habits.
Recent reports suggest that Angela Simmons and Sutton Tennyson are not yet married.
Simmons’ new baby is taking priority, and the couple are yet to plan their wedding.
This was on the song "Grew Up Fast," which Cole released after reaching 2 million Twitter followers. Cole directly references Young Simmons on "Grew Up Fast," a soul-inspired number which Cole dropped after reaching 2 million Twitter followers."Purple Rain"On this pre-And what do you think Cole said next? That he'll choke the boy out with hanger when he sees him? If anything, the next line is an apology: "No diss to the young boy, I'm just rappin, get bored quickly.
Cole casually worked the entire Simmons family (Russell, Diggy, and Vanessa) into a some throwaway couplets.