Please, all you MCs out there, all you fans out there, don't think Big gonna make a record dissing 2Pac or the West Coast because it's not going down like that. I cant even see me wasting my time or my talent to disrespect another black man.— The Notorious B.I.G.
Most Powerful Dissing quotations
The female body is something that's so beautiful.
I wish women would be proud of their bodies and not diss other women for being proud of theirs.
Are you always this stupid or are you making a special effort today?
It would be hypocritical of me to use being female in some ways, and diss being female in other ways. It's part of the programme.
Journalists are more powerful now than they've ever been, and we all know what power does. Anyone who disses the media is really asking for it. But it is the case that the journalists are what they are - world famous for vulgarity, alcoholism, spite.
We used to fuss when the landlord dissed us No heat.
Wonder why Christmas missed us Birthdays was the worst days Now we sip champagne when we thirst-ay.
I used to feel so shy speaking to girls.
It was even worse when they were around their crew because they would diss me.
There are the class clowns that are disruptive and the kids laugh and you earn the teacher's disdain, I was the kind of class clown that also cracked the teacher up. I was funny in a way that was not dissing the teacher; I was funny just to be funny.
It's quite nice when you've been generally dissed about your irrelevancy and then suddenly have people coming on bended knee and saying we need you to come back.
A lot of girls in L.A. just stand in the corner wondering 'Who's gonna talk to me? Who am I gonna diss?' As for the girls in Arizona, it's just so different. They're like 'You have really cute dimples. You know that?' 'You have really nice eyes.' 'What's your name? Kellan? That's cool, that's unique.
Don't diss me, Danvers. I'm warning you.""I'm not dissing you," Claire sighed. "I'm ignoring you. There's a difference. Dissing you implies I think you're actually important
Yeah, I did see where the people dissing me were coming from.
But, it's like, anything that happened in the past between black and white, I can't really speak on it, because I wasn't there. I don't feel like me being born the color I am makes me any less of a person.
I don't want to look like Connecticut, no offense, I don't want to look like Oklahoma, I don't want to look like California. I want to be uniquely Texas. And that's not to diss anybody else.
You can't come out on a record dissing the system and be on a label that's connected to the system.
I'm always dissing Ray and making fun of him, talking about his money.
I have nothing against Kanye West. Help me with this - I'm not dissing him - this is about how people talk about him. With the last album he did, he got all the best beatmakers on the planet at the time to make beats for him. A lot of the time, he wasn't even there. Yet no one would question his authorship for a second.
As a female band, we don't come from trying to be appealing or "sexy.
" There are a lot of bands - and I'm not dissing anyone - that talk a lot about being girls. I'm more into the idea of being ourselves and letting that speak for itself.
The episode of The Fresh Prince in Bel-Air when Will Smith's father disses him.
That's sadder than when Mufasa died.
The favorite method of vice is to diss all responsibility be work or social, go off by myself, and enjoy a good steak and a great glass of wine. Oh yeah, and my kids are there too.
I would be jokesmithing. I had files with tons of disses that I would try to write as I was on the train going to school.
I was always writing. I was writing in high school because it was a really competitive school for class clowns; I used to have to write all of my snaps and my disses the night before and then act like I was making it up the next day.
I've got this thing where I always kind of diss the older stuff and favor the newer stuff. I mean, it's not just my thing; every artist or musician is like that, I guess.
With acting, you have to take it seriously because the other actors are putting in a lot of effort - and if you say, 'I'm just bullshitting here', it's like dissing 'em.
I see that happening with hip hop purists now.
Where you have an artist like a Kendrick [Lamar] or a Drake, who are really trying different things emotionally, different things musically, and on a mainstream level. And you have underground hip hop fans dissing it, for the simple fact that it's mainstream - not because what they're doing is whack, or what they're doing is not sincere.
Whoever makes big records is a winner to me.
Not the person with the mumbo jumbo, or the biggest diss record, or whatever the case may be. In the end of the day, whoever is most successful, whoever puts out a big record, wins the battle.
I'm not judging myself; I'm not dissing what I do. I'm proud of what I've done and I'm proud of what I'm working on. I've accomplished something and I'm not going to be ashamed to be happy about what I've done.
It seems like thin people should not be running around dissing overweight people, and overweight people should not be running around dissing thinner people... if you like your body, love it, if you feel beautiful, cool. If you're a size 24 and you are feeling fierce, heat. If you're a size 0 and feeling fierce, be fierce. I think we need to stop worrying about what other people are doing and start focusing on manifesting on ourselves.
Fans of football and fans of nationhood have a similar zeal.
Read the fanzines: their contributors could find a needle-sized diss in a haystack of compliments, and their passions are fundamentalist.
To respect Louis Farrakhan, we must understand, is simply to agree with him.
.. If dissent is now also to be thought of as a form of 'dissing,' then we have indeed succumbed to the thought police.
Young people are so often dissed by the media.
One of the rules about being an actor or an actress is that you never diss other actors or actresses, particularly when you don't know them.
The thing is, you don't even want to be mad about someone calling you fat because who the f--- cares? Like if somebody tells me, 'Oh, you look curvier.' That should not be a diss. The fact is, we live in a time where that is a diss. It's horrible we can be like, 'You look so skinny,' and someone's like, 'Thank you!' That's horrible. That's equally as horrible to me. So the time we live in, it's upsetting.
I was a little self-centered gutter punk in the early 1980s and all I wanted to do was diss everybody.
Brothers think I'm dissing, but I'm really on the dicks Look into my album, kid, you'll see all the flicks
You only get honest expression when I spit in your ear;
That means even when I'm dissing you I'm being sincere.