Joe Budden Throws Jabs At Metropolis Of Atlanta Forward Of Diddy-Jermaine Dupri ‘Verzuz’

Diddy and Jermaine Dupri lastly confirmed their Verzuz battle, and followers are excited. However, this week, Joe Budden threw some jabs on the metropolis of Atlanta and clarifed his allegiance to Puff Daddy and Hip-Hop’s birthplace.

“Ayo, you Atlanta ni**as! September, we wiping you up!” the podcast host stated through the Wednesday (Could 10) episode of his eponymous present. “Why we doing all this f**king political discuss?! Why we doing all this tryna be PC?! Y’all know what the f**ok time it’s! Y’all know who invented this sh*t! It began right here, it ends right here, ni**a! F**ok y’all thought was occurring, ni**a?!”


The “Pump It Up” rapper was clearly not happy with folks making an attempt to make a respectful dialog of the matter and known as out the So So Def founder by identify. “We doing all this, ‘Uh, I don’t know, uh, what do I believe’ — get the f**ok outta right here, ni**a! Now what?! We packing them ni**as up in September! Smoking on that JD!”

Joe Budden additionally mentioned the potential of a second Verzuz between the 2, following their confirmed Sept. 8 matchup at Madison Sq. Backyard. “It’s too massive to solely do the Backyard,” the daddy of two stated. “I believe that that is gonna be rather a lot greater than we even speaking about. This ain’t nearly Puff and JD. That is Atlanta versus New York.”

Given Dupri and Diddy’s intensive catalogs spanning a number of genres, he believes that the occasion’s location will play an enormous consider how the battle is assessed. “I can see JD making Puff do the Hip-Hop one in Atlanta,” he stated. “I can see him throwing a wrench within the sport […] You come do ‘The Benjamins’ out right here the place that sh*t won’t be ‘The Benjamins.’ And let me do my Atlanta sh*t out right here.”

Brother Love confirmed their long-awaited Verzuz in a video shared on Sunday (Could 7). “We’re gon’ have you ever out the rafters flying out the sky,” the Dangerous Boy founder stated to Busta Rhymes whereas at an occasion.