“F**k ‘em all - especially Jeff Tremaine, he’s a greedy, fat, f***ing p**sy that makes everyone sign a contract that says everyone can get hurt but him. F**k ‘em all.”
Aussie rappers Cult Shotta, Tanboymiguel as well as Zabba and Money Posse’s SinceWhen have joined forces with Bam Margera for a track titled Feel Like Bam, which dropped on Friday (July 21).
ICYMI: The rumour mill went into overdrive earlier this month when videos emerged on TikTok showing Bam, Cult Shotta, lil golo and Tanboymiguel hanging out while Bam vibed to the track that seemingly took shots at Bam's frenemy and fellow Jackass star, Johnny Knoxville.
Now, the track has officially dropped and features the skateboarding pro not only taking aim at Knoxville but also fellow Jackass star and pro, Weeman (aka Jason Acuña), as well as Steve-O.
"I had to take a lesson from the darkness," Bam raps in his verse. "Knoxville, he's going to be there, so find out if he has the stuff to find out when I'm going to f**k you up."
“You ruined my fucking money makers and you ruined what I love,” Bam adds in a monologue at the end of the track.
“Professionals? I’m the only one who’s pro. Just because Wee Man can do nose slide on a fucking one-point curb it does not mean a pro - you do not get little kid points. And Steve-O? Yeah, he skates but he can barely do a rail slide on a fucking flat bar … but I love Steve-O big time, but fuck ‘em all.”
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He then threw jabs at Jackass director Jeff Tremaine, who was granted a three-year permanent restraining order against Bam last year after the latter was dropped from Jackass 4 due to reportedly not sticking to the terms outlined in his contract.
“Fuck ‘em all - especially Jeff Tremaine, he’s a greedy, fat, fucking p**sy that makes everyone sign a contract that says everyone can get hurt but him. Fuck ‘em all.”
It comes after Cult Shotta and Tanboymiguel's manager confirmed to Purple Sneakers last week that the trio had linked up to record the track.
“We are releasing a track with him soon. I Feel Like Bam @CultShotta x @Tanboymiguel Ft Bam Margera and produced by sincewhen and Zabba," the rappers' manager, Charizard, said via Instagram to Purple Sneakers on July 5.
"We're pretty much just finalising a few small things. It's going to be an actual proper feature and not just him talking shit unlike all the comments, Reddit threads and articles are stipulating," he explained.
"Shortly after the record's released, we'll be dropping the music video."
Asked about how the wild collab came about, Charizard added via message, "Essentially, [producer] sincewhen used to produce for Lil Peep and he's a close friend of Bam - he always tries to keep him out of trouble."
"Anyway, he saw me and the boys and reached out to come through to the studio and Bam was there, and when he heard Shotta, he was like 'I need to hop on'".
It's no secret that the headlines surrounding the Viva La Bam star of late have been concerning, including the news that he was held on a 5150 psychiatric hold in June after "allegedly threatening to smoke crack until he died if he wasn't able to see his son" (as per TMZ).
Previous to this, a warrant was issued for his arrest following an altercation with his family back in April, during which he allegedly assaulted his brother, Jesse Margera, before fleeing into the woods.
However, Shotta had only positive things to say about his experience in getting to know Bamr, telling us, "He's super nice, he's a real one bro, he showed us mad love".
His rep added, "All the crazy ass conspiracy features they are pissing out are delusional.”
"If there's one thing I want clear it's that when Bam's with us we make art, music and memories. We don't do drugs or alcohol and always try to create a sober environment for Bam."
"He is very passionate about this record and excited to release it. All this fuss is from speculation and not facts. All the media about us and Bam is saying 'they're enabling him to make bad decisions' but have yet to highlight or showcase any of these 'bad decisions'."
"People want to keep him boxed into the popular narrative and get excited to see bad news about Bam," he added.
Speaking on behalf of Cult Shotta earlier this month, Charizard said that the Western Sydney rapper was "excited about it and extremely happy to work with and become friends with some that he's looked up to and drawn hella inspiration from."
"He's sad and thinks it's lame and tragic how people don't want to give the song a chance let alone him He's also sad about how all these Americans are treating him - this is all their first time in America and they've only been here for a month."
"However, he's excited and thinks this is the best project yet, he said he's not going to let anything get to him or let these people make up narratives about him. Once the project comes out, no one is going to be able to say shit."
Check out the track below.