Jay-Z has just taken another shot at Dipset via
a song on Tru Life‘s new mixtape, "Tru York." Tru Life’s
mix-tape cover features Tru at the center with Jim Jones wearing
a neon green thong at his left and Cam’ron sporting a blond wig,
red lipstick and a colorful dress on the right.

"If you’re fucking tired of your favorite rapper lying to you, allow me
to introduce you to Tru Life," Hov says in the intro. "For instance,
If somebody tell you that Hov got hit with a bottle…somebody lying to him
or he’s lying to ya’ll. If a nigga tell you 100 thousand the first week is a
success and in the very same breath act like 700 thousand in seven days is a
brick… if ya’ll tired of living like that shit, allow me to introduce you,
Tru Life."

The intro ends with Jigga throwing a few subminal jabs in. Though he abstains
from naming his targets, his references are clearly aimed at the Dips. "A
lot of rappers be yapping to us, Cause when we see them it don’t be nothing/no
knife and scrappin no buckin" Jay offers. Roc-A-Fella opened it’s doors
to Tru Life last June and promptly dropped the "New New York" mixtape
featuring the smash "The New New York" with 9th Wonder.
Since then, people hadn’t heard too much on the music side of things, although
he did pop up at the Roxy following the Puerto Rican Day Parade to unleash an
acapella freestyle ripping into Cam’ron and Jim Jones.

Back for the first time like Luda, Tru Life (which stands for The Righteous
Uniting Everybody Living In a Fantasy Environment) recruits the underground
king J-Love for his 2nd mixtape, Tru York.