Bam Margera RIPS Jackass costars Johnny Knoxville, Wee Man and Steve-O in diss track Feel Like Bam with rappers Cult Shotta and Tanboymiguel
Bam Margera appears to be severing ties with his longtime Jackass costars.
The MTV alum, 43, takes pointed jabs at Johnny Knoxville, 52, Steve-O, 49, Wee Man, 50, and director Jeff Tremaine, 56, in a new single titled Feel Like Bam.
The Viva La Bam star collaborated with rap artists Cult Shotta and Tanboymiguel on the song, in which he rips his one-time colleagues for what he calls lackluster skateboarding skills.
The West Chester, Pennsylvania-born reality star in the track appears to challenge Knoxville to a boxing match in the lyrics.
He said: ‘So drop the mittens in the ring/ Double dare Knoxville/ He’s gonna be there/ So find out if he has the stuff/ And find out when I’m gonna f*** you up/ So step in the ring pu**y.’
The latest: Bam Margera, 43, appears to be severing ties with his longtime Jackass costars, as he takes pointed jabs at Johnny Knoxville, 52, Steve-O, 49, Wee Man and director Jeff Tremaine, 56, in a new single titled Feel Like Bam
Steve-O, 49, and Johnny Knoxville, 52, are targeted on the diss track from their late costar
In another lyric, Margera expresses his mixed feelings about Steve-O, who has past sought to aid him in his sobriety journey.
‘But I love Steve-O but man, f*** them all,’ he said on the track.
He calls Tremaine ‘a greedy fat f***ing pu**y’ that made the cast sign lopsided contracts.
Sources told TMZ that the collaboration came about while Margera was working on music at a studio when Cult Shotta and Tanboymiguel crossed paths with him, and asked him to work on a track with them.
Margera’s new girlfriend Jessica Dietzler also makes a cameo in the music video.
Margera has made headlines in recent months amid a spate of legal issues, including an altercation with his brother, who has accused him of drug use. Margera had denied the accusations.
It’s been a challenging summer for Margera, who has had frayed relations with his estranged wife Nicole Boyd, 39, over their son Phoenix, five.
Margera told TMZ last month outside of court in downtown Los Angeles that Boyd had continued to obstruct him from having contact with Phoenix, aside from a few FaceTime calls.
In one lyric, Margera expresses his mixed feelings about Steve-O, who has past sought to aid him in his sobriety journey.
Sources told TMZ that the collaboration came about while Margera was working on music at a studio when Cult Shotta and Tanboymiguel crossed paths with him, and asked him to work on a track with them
Margera, Nicole Boyd and their son Phoenix were pictured in a previously-posted Instagram photo
Margera has made headlines in recent months amid a spate of legal issues, including an altercation with his brother, who has accused him of drug use. He had denied the accusations
Boyd told the outlet that his behavior had been ‘extremely scary,’ and that he needed to change his ways before visits with their son would resume.
The last time the Viva La Bam star had in-person contact with his child was on March 29 during an in-person visit in California.
That interaction did not go well, as Margera was seen in a clip on the site arguing with Boyd inside a Burbank, California restaurant over time spent with the child. The Jackass alum was seen arguing with Boyd in the clip, telling her, ‘Phoenix has his own mind. Let him have his own mind!’
He was subsequently arrested in connection with public intoxication in the wake of the incident.
Margera last month was released from a psychiatric hospital after he was taken in on a 5150 psychiatric hold, and went directly into a rehab center to detox at one of the Odom Wellness Treatment Centers ran by NBA alum Lamar Odom, sources told TMZ. He ultimately left the facility in June.
Margera on June 4 was located by authorities at a Trejo’s Tacos location in Los Angeles and taken in for a 5150 psychiatric hold after he took to social media threatening to end his life if he could not reunite with his son.
Margera had taken to social media May 30 in a clip he later deleted, claiming he would ‘smoke crack’ until he died unless he was able to see his son, saying, ‘I haven’t seen Phoenix in two f***ing months – I have to wake up every day, knowing that I probably won’t get to talk to him or see him.’
In the clip, Margera was critical of Boyd for not letting him speak to their son, as well as his parents April and Phil Margera, saying they spurred him to drink.
‘I’m going to smoke crack with the bums down at the f***ing boardwalk until I’m dead unless you deliver me f***ing Phoenix,’ he said in the clip. ‘Get to work Nikki, or anyone that wants to help. I want Phoenix.’
Boyd and Margera split up in 2021, and in September of that year, Boyd went to court to request full custody of their son.
Boyd filed in Los Angeles to legally separate from Margera this past February, saying the cause was irreconcilable differences, and requested the court award her spousal support, as well as legal and physical custody of their child.
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