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That's right I'm an idol But you're also a f***in' idol Others think it's the same, but this diss battle pretending to be different You want to lash out because it's disgusting, right? I admit that I'm the rapper of the boygroup with the clock dance But I'm not tone deaf, you little boy I left my house and hustle every night too Yeah I'm envious, holding the 'Show Me' trophy at 20 years old And a career chewing up melons All of that still pre-debut You say it like a habit, just hate on Bobby But I don't give a f**k I don't want to fight you We're all the same, you, me, him, her, all idols Is it real if you're good at rap and doodle with your pen That's no no We're different u know Yeah it's easy to kill hip hop But we're not the culprits, what i mean sh*t." Translation by Allkpop. 
Lyrics from:  ”YGGR”, and “Raise Your Guard and Bounce”  ”Come Here”,  1. “All you stick skinny boy friends, while you’re all out there acting tough for your woman”  Stick skinny boy friends = Boyfriend Your woman = Boyfriend’s song title 2. “You guys have a long way to go, boy group rappers who come out on stage with the clock dance and still can’t sing a beat need more practice” Clock dance = Choreography for VIXX’s title track ‘Eternity’ 3. “Call me a monster, I didn’t give that name to myself, I’m Won Bin in front of bulletproof glass when it comes to skills and looks” Monster = Rap Monster Bulletproof = BTS ————— Rap Monster then tweeted the lyrics to ‘Do What I Do’ by Verbal Jint which people are suspecting to be in response to Bobby. Highlighted lyrics, “With your pathetic skills, did you really think you could mess with me?”
i hate that the idols are fighting ugh..... American rappers are fighting and dissing each other, i would have never thought the idol rappers would do the same..... :(
@poojas true story! as they say, boys will be boys. It's like encouraging each other to step your game up a notch. lol
That JHope meme caught me off guard XD. Honestly, dissing is just a part of hiphop culture and it's actually pretty common. A lot of these rappers are actually good friends off-stage but dissing is fun for them. Kinda like a friendly battle. As long as it isn't too hurtful and keeps going back and forth, it's all good.