It's getting personal now. First Deshawn Stevenson of the Washington Wizards called LeBron James "overrated." Then 'Bron 'Bron responded by telling media his responding to Stevenson's comment would be like "Jay-Z responding to Soulja Boy." The two went at it during the first three games of their playoff series with James almost single handedly defeating the Wiz in games 1 and 2. Stevenson and company regrouped to take game 3, even inviting Soulja Boy, who was in attendance. But leading up to game 4, James brought in reinforcements. According to the Washington Post, Hov has recorded a track for LeBron aimed at Stevenson and the Wizards. The song premiered at D.C. night spot Love on Friday night; the same location Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas celebrated his 25th birthday last year with a million-dollar bash. James hosted the party and he and teammates had fun at Stevenson's expense. Stevenson, however, didn't take too kind to word of the song. "When I had Soulja Boy here, it was on the court. It was nothing disrespecting him or his family or even foul language," he told the newspaper. "So I'm boycotting Love. Everybody on our team, we're boycotting Love.... We're not going no more. But I appreciate Jay-Z for giving me the shout out."

Jay-Z "Blow The Whistle" Freestyle

[Audio:http://www.xxlmag.com/files/2008/04/01-diss.mp3]