- American rapper T.I has taken to social media to challenge 50 Cent to a Verzuz rap battle
- The About The Money hitmaker wants 50 Cent to bring 20 of his best records and he will also bring his 20 hits
- T.I, who recently dropped a track with South African rapper Nasty C, said 50 can bring his whole G-Unit crew and Eminem and Dr Dre to the battle
T.I has taken to social media to challenge 50 Cent to a Verzuz rap battle. The About The Money hitmaker wants to hit for hit with the In Da Club rapper.
Both the rappers have had very successful music careers and have dropped major hits that ruled the airwaves and online music platforms.
T.I recorded a video and posted it online for 50 Cent to see on his birthday. Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper turned 45 on Monday.
"For your birthday, I offer you a challenge, sir. Pull your a** up with 20 of your records, man. Sit across from me, man. And get this work, man."
T.I, who recently performed his hit track with South African rapper Nasty C, said 50 could bring his whole G-Unit crew and Eminem and Dr Dre.
"Bring your records, bring your hit records witcha. You and Dr Dre and Eminem and all y’all. Got damn, the G-Unit, all y’all… y’all bring y’all a** on out. C’mon, see the king. And I f**k with you 50. It ain’t you this time. It’s your catalog that's got some trouble. Your m*ther f**king catalog is in trouble."
5O Cent has responded to T.I's challenge. He did not say whether he accepts it or not. He took shots at T.I by referring him to a classic movie called Friday starring Chris Tucker as Smokey.
"Yo somebody passed T.I the weed they gave Smokey in Friday. LOL."
Still on T.I's news, Briefly.co.za reported that the US rapper has explained how he met Nasty C.
T.I explained on his show named ExpediTIously how he came to know the There They Go hitmaker and how they eventually ended up doing a track together.
The star said he heard Nasty's music while he was in South Africa to shoot a movie.
"We kept hearing his music, we kept hearing his name."
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