REASON (FINALLY) RESPONDS TO FLEX RABANYAN WITH JULY FREESTYLE
After the birth of his twins, the release of his album and just pretty much living his life, Reason HD addressed that abrupt beef he and Flex Rabanyan had at the back-end of 2018.
The cringe-worthy conflict between the two spawned form Reason giving the young rapper advice on how to carry himself in the game. This after Flex whined on Twitter about a failed payola attempt on Metro FM. Reason’s older -brotherly words of wisdom were used as material for a diss track targeted at him, by Flex in For Whatever Reason.
The lukewarm track didn’t warrant fire emojis for its dopeness, but for its shock value. The 2017 Vuzu Hustle winner took personal jabs at Reason, talking about how the former Motif Records artist lives off his partner and babymama Loot Love because she seemingly makes more money than him due to Reason’s unsuccessful music career.
Patiently waiting for over six months without really addressing it, Reason timely responded to Flex two months after the young’n complained on social media about being broke and having to sell his car.
Talk is cheap, but I’ma cross between
The type of blacks who speak rationally
Fuck with me
Then I’ma have you hiding where you at for weeks
Actions speak louder than an empty pocket testing me
Actually why that wack nigga try to flex on me
Look at my chick, look at my crib
Look at the shit on my wrist
Look at the hits, look at the list
Then you go look at your shit
Like, where do you live
Where do you get, my nigga why is you big
Show me the bitch that’s trying to get under your dick
‘Cause nobody know who she is
Rappers are dying and all of you niggas are lying or beefing on your timeline
Just for the sake of signing you lie to yourself like you all in the lime light
But why try, when all of you fly by
Should figure that time flies
You did it for high fives to nice tries
But let’s get to the bye byes
Talk about having the last laugh.
Reason also took the opportunity to let everyone know that he’s put back the HD in his moniker, following the embarrassing confusion from that Black Panther film soundtrack which introduced TDE’s Reason to the globe. On the joint Seasons, Reason from the US is alongside Sjava which led to people assuming it was two South Africans on the song.