Royce Da 5'9 & Arsonal Tweet About Possible Battle At Total Slaughter

Royce Da 5'9 hints at joining fellow Slaughterhouse rapper Joe Budden as a battler at Total Slaughter.

With a battle between Joe Budden and Hollow Da Don scheduled for Saturday's (July 12) Total Slaughter event, Royce Da 5'9 hinted at a possible battle appearance himself at the same event. 

After battler Arsonal Tweeted about his unannounced appearance on the card, the Slaughterhouse member seemed to allude that he would serve as the battler's opponent. 




Both rappers went on to exchange more Tweets about the event with Royce writing that he's not "tryna compete with Smack or nobody else."


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16 Comments

  • Anonymous

    Put my money on Asenal Da Rebel seen him rip dues in 07/08

  • Anonymous

    Elzhi would destroy both of them

  • fngz

    Royce is sarcastic and witty enough to compete in these battle leagues. He'd put on a good show too. Just needs to remember all his ish and he will be fine

  • kas

    Everyone saying this is a good idea for Royce is an idiot who doesnt know history. Royce cant battle rap for shit. He said it himself after he fucked up in a battle against Mistah Fab way back. Joe actually stands a good chance. But Royce will fuck up.

  • Anonymous

    Go and watch Arsonal vs Qleen Paper battle was damn near a classic

  • kb

    i got more faith in royce than budden with this battling shit

  • Blake

    I don't think anyone in Slaughterhouse has a chance to be honest. Canibus is a far better lyricist then anyone in Slaughterhouse, and look how that turned out. Hopefully Royce and Budden learned from that and are able to keep their composure.

  • 901DATSME

    Royce Is The Truth

  • LOS

    That's what's up. That real hip hop competitive spirit is back and I love it. Win or lose the respect Slaughterhouse is gonna get is what it's all about. A lot of emcees talk about it but Royce and Joey are about it. The times are changing again, real emcees are back. Lyricism is now at the forefront like it should always be. Battling is at an all time high and the culture has shifted away from those corny ass club songs about swag and all that other crap to lyrics/bars/real emcee shit.

  • I'm At Work And Bored

    Okay, this is now getting interesting. Go Royce!

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