The “seven dwarves” is a political “diss” from the 1988 Democratic primary.
Not only did he diss her in several songs, but he played several of her (alleged) voicemails during his Anger Management tour.
When the rocker canceled two concerts, he became the latest celebrity to diss Israel.
The Swedish news agency TT reported today that 44 percent of the Norwegians found Obama's diss to King Harald V to be "rude."
But with that always comes a few crazies who spend like all their waking time on social media just trying to diss stuff.
Their business was to carry bricks in a hod from Palgrave to diss, a distance of two miles.
"Ach, diss iss petter," the man said, only half understanding.
He owned the greater part of diss, and was an active magistrate in that division of the county.
"I just got a new roommate who says he's a Yank who was stationed at diss," the Britisher grinned.
Dot iss a goot vord in diss country vere dere iss no neighbor.
(also diss; on may be added) To show disrespect; insult by slighting; CAP ON someone: The boys on the bus were dissing that girl/ Yet ''dissin','' showing real or apparent disrespect, is cited as the motive in an amazing number of murders/ I'm tired of John dissin' on her all the time (1980s+ Black teenagers)