On “I Can Tell,” Scott raps: “Five-o-four hot boys, minus the bad rap like Silkk the Shocker / But I’mma pull up the silk, to shock her with the silk.”
According to Silkk, he wasn’t too concerned with the Houston, Texas rapper taking a shot at him on the record. He says he didn’t feel disrespected by the mention, and revealed that he doesn’t have much of an opinion on the matter.
“First of all, I think it’s good that he even would know that,” Silkk The Shocker said. “But me I’m not into—Like if I was taking it back to my city days or whatever, it would probably be an issue. But I can have an opinion about him too. Whatever. We’ll leave it at that. But as far as him saying it, he’s entitled to his opinion. He has to sell records like we sell, so let’s just leave it like—Let’s see. I think I’m good. He good. Then we good. So, I don’t have an opinion either way. I think he has the right to say what he wanna say. It’s fun. It’s all fun and games. He ain’t disrespect me…I like him as an artist.”
In regards to his placement on various “Worst Rappers” lists, the former No Limit lyricist explained that he does in some way see why he was placed on such lists, but did add that he still sold more records than a lot of other rappers.
“I think I was offbeat,” he said. “I think what’s funny is nowadays they want me to be offbeat again…I think I had my own style, which I don’t think was right or wrong…At the time I didn’t really care about it. I was just doing my thing. Doing my best, but when I go back and listen to it I’m like ‘Those are pretty good songs.’ I had my own lane, once again. So, I could never call another rapper ‘horrible’ cause we all have our own style…The worst rapper stuff, I don’t know what makes that. I do see that, but I’m confused on who gave them a chart that says—Look, I sold a lot of records. I sold more records than a lot of rappers.”