Memorial Day Weekend is over, but if you didn’t have your fill of savagery over the past couple days, A$AP Rocky’s got you covered. He dropped his brand new album At.Long.Last.A$AP last night, and on “Better Things,” he spilled some lewd details about British singer Rita Ora:
“I swear that bitch Rita Ora got a big mouth / Next time I see her might curse the bitch out / Kicked the bitch out once cause she bitched out / Spit my kids out, jizzed up all in her mouth and made the bitch bounce”
Some think the Harlem rapper went a little too far with the details, but this isn’t the first time a girl’s gotten called out on a record. After all, hip-hop and misogyny have always walked hand in hand, like it or not. Here are a few examples of rappers putting women on blast in their records.
The LOX – “Blood Pressure” (Prod. by Swizz Beatz) 
Fresh off their beef with Puffy over a fucked up Bad Boy contract, The LOX were pissed, and it showed on their sophomore LP We Are The Streets. While Puff and Giuliani get jabbed on the first verse, it’s the second verse where Jada calls out the infamous Karrine Steffans, a.k.a. Super Head, out by her moniker:
“Got a chick named Superhead, she give super head / Just moved in the buildin’, even gave the super head”
The Game – “Wouldn’t Get Far” (Prod. by Kanye West) 
Game and Kanye’s “Wouldn’t Get Far” couldn’t have done more to feed into the video vixen craze that degraded women with ease. Game’s first verse alone name drops three different chicks, the third of which is Melyssa Ford, on whom he seems to have more than the average amount of intel:
“And all these new video bitches tryin to be Melyssa Ford / But they don’t know Melyssa Ford drive a Honda Accord / She a video vixen, but behind closed doors / She do whatever it take to get to the Grammy Awards, ha ha”
Jay Z – “Super Ugly” (2001)
Arguably the ugliest (sorry) diss record of all time, Jay #reacted something vicious to “Ether” by telling the world he fucked Nas’ baby moms – and even left condoms on the baby seat. The diss was so flagrant, Hova’s own mother made him apologize after:
“Me and the boy A.I. got more in common than just balling and rhyming / Get it? More in Carmen / I came in your Bentley backseat, skeeted in your Jeep / Left condoms on your baby seat”
Max B – “She Touched It In Miami” (2011)
After Max B split from Jim Jones and Byrd Gang, Charly wasted no time getting at Jim’s now-wife Chrissy (awkward). Ever since Max dropped this record, “Chrissy touched it in Miami” has become one of many mantras Max’s loyal followers love saying.
“Even Chrissy love Max, she touched it in Miami, told me in Opium she love it in her fanny”
Eminem – “The Warning” (Prod. by Alchemist) 
“The Warning” was the culmination of a highly public feud between Mariah Carey and Marshall Mathers that originated back in 2000 when the two allegedly dated for a short period of time. Two years later, she showed up on The Eminem Show’s “Superman” (“What you trying be? My new wife? / What, you Mariah? Fly through twice”), setting off a chain of back-and-forth bickering that came to a sudden end with this venomous track. He even said he put it in her butt on “Jimmy Crack Corn.”
“How many times you fly to my house / Still trying to count / Better shut your lying mouth if you don’t want Nick finding out”
2Pac – “Hit Em Up” (Prod. by Johnny “J”) 
“Hit Em Up” will never get old thanks to the pure crassness of opening a diss track with, “That’s why I fucked yo bitch, you fat motherfucker!” Faith Evans has always denied it happened, though.
“You claim to be a player but I fucked your wife”