But what stifles me is how you sit back and idly
Call this a rivalry when your idle's me
How you throw a shot at everything you try to be?
Sad part is nothing in your life coincides with me
Arsonal looks up to Joe Budden, as evident from his show of respect to him before the beef, as well as his desire for a Budden verse.
The last bar claims that Arsonal has no business dissing Budden, because Budden didn’t provoke Arsonal in any way.
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