Bizzle has always been about the smoke. When it comes to defending the faith on wax, the God Over Money general has no qualms about setting your favorite rappers straight. From delivering the greatest Jay-Z response since “Ether” in his debut to lyrically checking Tyler the Creator, Lil B, and Kanye West for blasphemous comments in their records, to his “Same Love” response which saw him receive death threats for addressing the LGBTQ agenda in the media. Bizzle has never been the type to hold his tongue when it comes to speaking the truth. So when Joyner Lucas dropped his latest record “Devil’s Work,” the H-town born emcee took no time to respond with a record of his own.
Based on how God responded to Job in the book of Job Chapters 38-41, Bizzle tackled many of Joyner’s statements, painting a picture of God’s Sovereignty while communicating to Mr. Lucas that he, like the rest of humanity, doesn’t possess the authority to question God.
Many took to social media to praise the record for his aggressive response, as many felt Joyner was attacking our Heavenly Father in his song and needed to be corrected. But few disagreed with the response.
In the music video, we see Joyner enter into a church, drinking a bottle of Henny with a Bible in hand. He begins to aggressively question God’s decision for allowing “good people” to die while leaving others who he feels would be better off six feet deep. After almost five minutes of venting his emotions.