ludacris-1.jpgDuring a recent appearance on BET’s 106th & Park, host Terrence J asked Ludacris about a scathing verse that has had the streets buzzing since it release. Spitting over 50 Cent’s “I Get Money” beat, Luda raps: “Let’s get one thing clear, the South’s right here, still got the Grammy for the album of the year.”

Many people took the line as a direct response to T.I. who has expressed his dissatisfaction with Luda’s Grammy win for Album of the Year. On his new album T.I. vs. T.I.P. the self proclaimed King of the South notes that he “had the album of the year nigga Grammy or not.”

When 106th & Park host Terrence asked him who exactly his “I Get Money” verse was directed at, Luda answered diplomatically, but left little doubt about whom he was referring to. “When I wrote the verse man, there was an individual who said something about me not winning a Grammy…or basically them winning a Grammy and feeling like I didn’t deserve it,” Luda said. “Man, I’ve been in this game seven years and I just started winning awards, so for somebody to tell me that I don’t deserve an award that I put my heart and soul into, of course I’m gonna respond to it."