Jeezy took on Gucci Mane during a Verzuz battle on Thursday night, streamed live from Atlanta's legendary Magic City strip club. The after party took place at Compound nightclub.
Cellphone videos show young people enjoying their night out at the after party without face masks, as Covid-19 deaths continue to drop lower than the seasonal flu.
That didn't keep Black Twitter from criticizing Atlantans who are lucky to live in a wide open city, while the rest of the country is locked down.
CDC data shows young people (40 and under) are at the lowest risk for contracting the virus - even in close contact and without wearing masks.
T.I. vs. Jeezy’s Verzuz battle may not happen if Jeezy doesn't pay off his old debts.
According to AllHipHop, Jeezy owes his old music producer Shawty Redd $105,000 for producing the beats that made him a hip-hop superstar.
Shawty, 39, is recognized as one of the pioneers of trap music. In addition to other hip-hop classics, he produced Jeezy's album Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 (2005).
Shawty made it clear on his Instagram live that Jeezy owes him $105,000.
"Since the ni**a think he bigger than me. I want to see you go against T.I. with all them records," Shawty said. "Jeezy getting sued soon as he play my music on MF Verzuz... I'm suing your ass. Period. Period!"
Shawty also worked with T.I., Gucci Mane, Pastor Troy, Snoop Dogg and Bun B.
Shawty said he will file a lawsuit if Jeezy or T.I. uses any of his songs during the battle.
Hopefully, Jeezy can come up with the money before the Verzuz season premiere on Nov. 19.
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Old school rapper Busta Rhymes (left) showed off his dramatic weight loss on Instagram after fellow rapper T.I. (right) dissed him as too old to battle rap.
Busta, who has a new album coming out, asked T.I. to battle him on Verzuz. But T.I. turned him down flat, saying, "I salute and respect Busta a whole lot. I just think the generational gap might be just a little too much."
Busta responded, saying "age don't make no difference, and "it don't matter when you came out. I know people that been out before me that I put out more albums than them after I came out after them. This ain't got nothing to do about generation."
The 48-year-old rapper, born Trevor George Smith Jr., continued:
"Just let the world know truly that you don't want this bust a** that you was about to get. It's okay. Cause, see, the difference between me and you, my brother, and we're both kings. I'm actually a god."
Busta then took to Instagram to share before and photos after working out in the gym to prove he's never too old to compete with the younger generation.
He captioned the photos:
"DON'T EVER GIVE UP ON YOURSELF!! LIFE BEGINS RIGHT NOW!!! MY DEDICATION IS DIFFERENT!! I WOULD NEVER PUT OUT AN ALBUM AND NOT BE IN THE BEST SHAPE OF MY LIFE!! I RESPECT MYSELF TOO MUCH AND I RESPECT Y’ALL TOO MUCH!!! I’M ONLY HERE TO INSPIRE!!"
Khia Shamone Finch is not one to mess with in these social media streets. The "My Neck, My Back" rapper roasted fellow Florida rapper Trina Rockstarr during a "Gag Order Live" court session on Monday.
It all started when fans suggested Khia and Trina do a 'Versuz' battle on Instagram.
The battle craze kicked off last month between Timbaland and Swizz Beatz to provide entertainment for fans while on coronavirus lockdown.
It went so well that they tuned it into an Instagram Live series with memorable battles between singers Babyface and Teddy Riley and Erykah Badu and Jill Scott.
But Trina, 45, nixed the battle, saying Khia was not on her level. That didn't sit well with Khia, who dragged the Baddest B*tch by her edges.
Khia, 42, mentioned the unconfirmed rumor that Trina is HIV-positive, and she even invoked Trina's late mother.
I guess we all know who would come out on top in that Versuz battle.
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