Royce would address Lupe’s comments with a post on Twitter stating that he would not attack Lupe in a malicious manner and that his former cohost swung below the belt out of desperation. “I won’t attack Lu personally,” Royce said. “I’m a real one with control of my emotions – though desperate times call for desperate measures. You gotta talk reckless when you know you can’t check all them boxes. Tried to tell him, I’m different.”
I won’t attack Lu personally .. I’m a real one with control of my emotions though desperate times call for desperate measures.. You gotta talk reckless when you know you can’t check all them boxes ?? Tried to tell him, I’m different …
— Nickle (@Royceda59) July 22, 2021
Their decision to part ways comes on the heels of Royce’s diss track, “Silence Of The Lambda,” and Lupe’s retort, “Steve Jobs,” both released this past week. “The Lupe & Royce Show” released 46 episodes prior to its end.
In related news, Mickey Factz, who was named in both diss tracks, released his own salvo to add on the pile. He’s named it “WRAiTH” and dropped it at 5:59pm today with the cover art of a burning Rolls Royce. We can all tell who this track is aimed at right? Listen to it below: