Despite serving life in prison, C-Murder was able to let a diss record aimed at 2 Chainz slip through the cracks. Aptly titled “2 Stainz,” the New Orleans rapper — real name Corey Miller — claims he was the pioneer of the “TRU” movement. (Chainz often uses “Truuuuu” as his go-to ad-lib and also founded the Atlanta-based non-profit TRU Foundation.)
“I’m the realest n—- ever wore a TRU chain/ This goes out to that bitch n—- 2 Chainz,” C-Murder raps. “You could never be me because you’re too lame. I’ll bop ya in the chest and make 2 stains.”
Upon receiving news of the diss track, 2 Chainz shared a laugh on Instagram. “Man, my partner just notified me that C-Murder made a diss song about me,” said 2 Chainz in the clip. “That’s hard as fuck. C-Murder always been hard as fuck. True.”
The Atlanta rapper then proceeded to sing a few lines from The Stylistics‘ 1972 love song “You Are Everything.”
In 2003, C-Murder was handed a life sentence in prison after being convicted of second-degree murder in the shooting of a 16-year-old boy at a nightclub. He was also convicted after his second trial in 2009.
“2 Stainz” isn’t the first project C-Murder’s been able to release since landing in prison; he attempted to shoot a music video while behind bars in 2005 for the release of his Koch Records LP The Truest Shit I Ever Said.