Diggy Simmons Disses J. Cole Again On 'Fall Down'

Apparently a few months of silence following the issue of an diss track doesn't mean that beef has been laid to rest. Diggy Simmons' "What You Say To Me" leaked a few months back, taking aim at J. Cole for allegedly fabricating details of a romance with his sister Vanessa Simmons, and it almost seemed like the Roc Nation rapper was fine with ignoring the jab, until he threw shots in a new verse last week. Now, Diggy has a couple more things to say to Cole.

On the new track "Fall Down," which Diggy premiered on Power 105's The Breakfast Club Monday (September 17), he dedicated a few lines to his feelings about Cole.

"I guess I rattled you, snaggletooth/You know better/Thought J stood for Jermaine, not Jet Setter/You seen me and shook my hand, coppin' pleas in person," he spits, likely addressing reports that they squashed the beef in person. "Now you whack, less than a man, mention me in verses. Sneak disses and jabs, I don't really see the benefit/But I guess you lame enough, probably keep you relevant."

The highlight of Cole's retaliation was this line: "Picture me hating on a young ni--- with talent...caked out on his allowance." Now we wait to see if he honors this one with a response.