“Lyricist” isn’t exactly an accurate term to describe rising Hip Hop star, Trinidad Jame$. The “All Gold Everything” rapper has admitted he’s only been recording rhymes for a couple of years, but the unique style of his songs and wardrobe have helped the rapper experience mainstream success.

His lack of experience has also made him a popular target on diss tracks. Everyone and they mama have been dropping responses to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse, including Joe Budden. In Joey’s version, “Lose Control,” he isolates James, saying “This aint for bandwagon fans, sit yall asses in the same spot / Yall the same n---as made Trinidad Jame$ hot.”

James isn’t losing sleep over the mention. He responded by saying in an interview, “It’s all love.” He continued, “I don’t consider it as a diss. I’m from the streets so a n---a talking is like a n---a talking. A n---a punching, you don’t like me n---a, you can fight me. That’s why I make the songs to let you know, if you don’t like me, n---a, you can fight me. I’m never going to diss you back, we gonna throw these hands back and forth. That’s all this is about. It’s all love. I’m good.”

I sure hope James can back up his talk with battle skills. It would be a shame to see those gold plated chompers getting knocked out of his face.  Shout out to Jame$, the rap games number one Pootie Tang doppleganger.