Earlier this month, New Jersey rapper Hard Luck released the diss track “Can’t Go” directed at fellow Paterson native Fetty Wap. Luck recently spoke with M.Reck of Forbezdvd about his decision to call out the hit maker.
That’s a Paterson thing. That’s a Jersey thing. That’s something the town’s been wanting. They don’t want no fucking fu-fu ass n*gga representing us,” said Luck about his Fetty Wap/Remy Boyz diss track. “Somebody had to get him the f*ck outta here. So why wouldn’t it be me? The f*cking bad guy.”
While he acknowledges Fetty’s success, Luck insists the “Trap Queen” rhymer repeatedly sneak dissed him in the past and refused to give him credit for helping to put him on. He claims Fetty and his close associate Monty were once under his wing.
“Them were my sons at the end of the day at one point,” stated Luck. “Bum ass n*ggas like Fetty Wap and Monty – when they didn’t have nowhere to sleep and no food to put in their stomach, they got it from me.”
Luck added that he is not the only person in Paterson that has issues with Fetty. According to the Boss Mob representative, a lot of the people that helped Fetty before his career took off are upset he has not done more to help the city. Luck even reveals the person that owned the home where Fetty’s “Trap Queen” video was shot has since been evicted and the house is boarded up