"I give as much of a flying fuck as that Superman dude" (Eminem – Despicable) | accepted

The real action here is the reference to Soulja Boy, whose famous song “Crank Dat” refers to a graphic sexual maneuver called the Superman, literally a kind of “flying fuck” since it involves a cape. Soulja Boy is the kind of weak rapper that Eminem boasts about preying on.

"Too much West coast dick licking" (Jay Z – 22 Two's) | rejected

Ironic in light of Jay-Z’s famous about-face three years later, declaring that “New York’s been soft, ever since Snoop came through and crushed the buildings” in the video for New York, New York.

"You said you've been in this 10, I've been in it 5" (Jay Z – Takeover) | rejected

Weird math here — Jay-Z was in songs as early as 1990, whereas Nas debuted in 1991. From 1991-2001 Nas released five albums (counting Stillmatic), the same number of solo albums as Jay-Z (counting Blueprint). It is true that Jay-Z didn’t release his first album until 1996, but it’s not clear what this has to do with anything.

"Then I heard your album about your Tec on the dresser" (Jay Z – Takeover) | accepted

Also on 1992’s “Back to the Grill”

"Nigga, you ain't live it / You witnessed it from your fol..." (Jay Z – Takeover) | rejected

Nas talks a lot about witnessing events from his “Project Window” — the Ronald Isley song being a case in point.

"Roc-A-Fella, students of the game, we passed the class ca..." (Jay Z – Takeover) | rejected

To “read” someone is slang/jargon for assessing them as gay. Not true, then, that Nas' virulently homophobic Ether throws the first stone.

"You was a ballerina, I got the pictures, I seen ya" (Jay Z – Takeover) | rejected

Hard to see this picture rating as anything but baller if put up today.

"That this Gay-Z and Cock-a-Fella Records wanted beef" (Nas – Ether) | accepted

Less juvenile since he is borrowing them from Tupac — part of the point is that another great also hated on Jay-Z, though of course Pac had little use for Nas either.

"And hitting little kids with life time bids making them c..." (Lupe Fiasco – Conflict Diamonds) | accepted

In fact, it was a common practice in colonial Africa to “try” and “sentence” the natives for crimes (the crimes were often trivial, and the trials lacked even rudimentary due process), forcing them to then labor as convicts in the diamond mines. Jim Crow in America was characterized by similar practices.

"I got the rap game singing At Last like Etta James" (Jay Electronica – Exhibit A (Transformations)) | accepted

Also the “first dance” of Barack and Michelle Obama at the 2009 Inauguration Ball, continuing the references to Obama and McCain.