Before you ask, this aint a thread criticising Tech featuring Wayne on his album.
I remember hearing Wayne saying that he’s been on Tech’s shit for quite a while, but I’ve not been entirely convinced of that. But then I found that he mentioned something quite interesting when he featured in Britney Spear’s “Bad Girl” lol. Around 38 seconds in on the link below. OK this was back in the year of the N9ne, but still lol!
Lol I dunno exactly what he says, but at around 00:38 he says “Yeah I’m young, Beatrice what is you saying to me?”. Correct me if I’m wrong, Tech brought the term “Beatrice” to the fans back in 03 right? I dunno, for me that’s evidence enough that Wayne’s been listening to Tech for a while.
im with him i didnt hear shit, i think you maybe hearing things….get help man its the devil lol
I’ve listened to it about 5 times and I don’t hear anything related to Tech. Unless I am just completely missing it. What do you hear ?
That word beginning with b is 3 syllables, biatch is only 2. Otherwise he’d be saying “biatches”, but then he would say “what are you saying to me?” instead of “what is you saying to me?”. English and slang lesson for today lol
King Rasta said:
Pretty sure he’s saying “biatch what is ya sayin”.
Even if this was a reference to Tech I doubt it’s directly from the song (Bianca’s & Beatrice’s) because I can recall Tech saying Beatrice in interviews and in other songs. Although your video does show he said “Beatrice” I doubt Wayne has been listening to Tech since Absolute Power and even if it is a reference to the song “Bianca’s & Beatrice’s” there is no way of knowing when Wayne heard that song. It’s almost impossible to know when Wayne started bumping Tech, short of asking Wayne yourself.
He said he was on Tech back in 2010 when he was interviewed by Funkmaster Flex while he was in jail. This song came out in 2009 and referenced a song that came out many years ago, I dunno man lol.
Charles Weis said:
Interesting find, with him saying “Beatrice” ‘n all, I dont know if I’d call it proof necessarily but it definitely leans towards that.