When rap groups Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony hit the stage for their “Verzuz” duel, a rap fight escalated into a genuine brawl.
The fight, which took place at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Thursday night and was hosted by Fat Joe, provoked passionate accusations from Bizzy Bone, who claimed Three 6 “mocked” him while they were playing.
“Hey yo, hey yo, when they begin, you ugly muthaf–kas ain’t going to be ridiculing me when I’m on muthaf–kin’ stage,” Bizzy remarked. “OK? “F–k the f–k up.” “Suck my d–k,” Juicy J said to Bizzy, intensifying the situation.
Following an exchange of words from across the stage, the rappers began throwing things at one another, which evolved into a full-fledged fistfight.
Whenever the event ended, both Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, who’ve already cooperated with artists such as Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa, shared an embrace.
Notwithstanding the mayhem, the night was overcome with happiness as the hip-hop giants paid tribute to some of the industry’s late artists, including Nipsey Hussle, the Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac, and Young Dolph.
Despite its popularity, even its designer finds it difficult to define its attraction. “It’s incredibly complex because you never know what’s going to happen – just look at Squid Game,” explains Lex Pina.
“However, I believe there are a few explanations: you have really pure entertainment blended with individuals whose psychological and emotional ties are almost as significant as the theft itself.”