Look, tin foil caps don't suit what little style I do have and I enjoy a solid nap so staying woke all the time simply isn't an option, but this "diss track" is far too much mutually beneficial for me to think it's anything other than a conspiracy.
Maybe saying this is the best thing that could happen to Skip Bayless is a bit strong, but having the best running back in football acknowledge someone who literally feeds off negativity can only help that person. Anytime someone takes Skip Bayless seriously enough to pay attention to him it's another win in his column, so getting someone to dedicate a fully produced song to him is the essentially the outspoken idiot's equivalent of hitting the Game 7 buzzer beater he'll forever criticize LeBron for passing up. I know that, you know that, and - if you listen to the lyrics - the person that wasted his time making this track knows that.
That's why there's no other explanation for this other than Le'Veon Bell wanting to further promote his rap career by insulting the most hated man in sports and Skip Bayless agreeing to be the target because it creates an endless amount of content for a dying show. Go back and listen to the song again real quick. That was about as cookie cutter as it gets when it comes to criticizing someone whose gotten caught in no shortage of lies. A Jerry Jones jab? A San Antonio Spurs punch? Even the title was about as lame as the artist's groin in the AFC title game. Either 'Juice' is a whack ass rapper that didn't bother to do his research prior to recording, or he's in cahoots with the buffoon he just went half speed with on wax. I'm choosing to believe the latter, because the alternative is that Le'Veon Bell needs to take a break until something dope hits him. Fuck it, let him take the mic home with him...