Peut-être que tout le monde s’en cawlisse, mais j’ai lu ça aujourd’hui, pis je savais pas toute l’histoire…Pis après j’ai lu le nom de toutes les danses, pis j’tais comme «wow!».
Ici sur Wikipedia
«It has been a primary target of the “Hip Hop is Dead” movement. Ghostface Killah used D4L’s song “Laffy Taffy” as symbolic of inauthentic, cheap hip-hop in his song “The Champ,” (from his album Fishscale) in which he raps, “Y’all stuck on Laffy Taffy/Wonderin’: how’d y’all niggas get past me?” Nas suspects it killed hip hop in his song “Hip Hop Is Dead” (from his album of the same name), where he raps “Oh I think they like me, in my white tee’/You can’t ice me, we here for life, B”. Even rapper Smoke of southern group Field Mob said, when asked if he thought hip hop was dead, “Hell yeah, hip-hop is dead…I’mma tell you who killed hip-hop… D4L and Dem Franchize Boyz. Those are the murderers of Hip-Hop, in my opinion. It was already dying. They just came over and killed it. Nobody doing Hip-Hop is selling records…Me and Shawn [J] we still make Hip-Hop music, but people don’t wanna accept it because it got a southern twang. Hip-hop is wordplay, saying something, metaphors. I love Hip-Hop. I fell in love with Mobb Deep [and] Nas — these are the people that influenced me.” He then went on to praise UGK as well as 8Ball & MJG and then close by saying, “The old south is Hip-Hop The new south…naaahh!” 
While D4L stated they would not reply to these disses, Dem Franchize Boyz made a song called “We Fuckin Up Hip Hop” dissing Nas, Field Mob, and the whole “hip hop is dead” movement.»