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Joe Budden's Son Trey Budden Disses Dad On "Thoughts After the Courtroom"


Joe Budden's eldest son Trey Budden has some things he wants to get off of his chest about his dad.

So he did it on wax.

Check out "Thoughts After The Courtroom."

"Watch my father on the TV yelling "Never broke again"
While some Everyday Struggle is happening within the fam.
You gotta eat that, see you got a grudge, old nigga 
We flesh and blood, od' nigga, no ifs, ands or buts, old nigga 
I think my dad is nuts,  old nigga," Trey raps.

On his IG page, Trey explained that his relationship with Joe is more healthy now, and the track is a recollection of how bad things were.

This song took a long time for me to work on because I️ wanted it to be perfect, this is something that kind of hits close to home and we wanted to portray every emotion throughout the song. Currently, I have no beef with my dad and I love him but these are my thoughts from remembering what happened at the time and how unhealthy our father-son relationship was. I’d like to thank everyone who helped me with this song @cadianmcgaw @dev.deezy @im.ironhead @yo_jmal and @stijhl for making the artwork. Links in my bio and I hope y’all enjoy my first song 🥀🖤

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As for Joe, he laughed it off on Twitter.

What do you think about "Thoughts After the Courtroom?" Is Trey the next rapping Budden?

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