Releasing a video blog over the weekend, Math Hoffa responded directly to Dizaster after being punched in a battle late last month. Addressing the fight itself as well as the aftermath, Math said that Dizaster chose a “safe environment for [himself].”
“The reason that you did it is again for attention,” he said. “You felt like people dislike me enough that if you did something like that you would get some love. You did it in a safe environment for yourself. I came out there by myself…Then niggas jumped me…Even in my situations, I knew what I did was wrong. You a grown man. You got common sense. You know it’s wrong. But for a nigga to go online and just be bragging and saying he did this and selling the wrong story because you obviously had help. But no matter what I kept getting back up. It doesn’t look good for ya’ll. It really doesn’t. It’s sad. It’s really sad because I don’t think you would have that same opportunity over here…I just feel like for the sake of trying to get a name off of me, you ruined yours. It was stupid. It doesn’t reflect a real nigga. It reflects a real bitch. You look at that footage, all that shit, people holding my hands, I’m still standing.”
During the video, Math also addressed his own history of punching battlers in the ring and said the fight was completely unexpected.
“Dizaster, you’re not built like that,” he said. “You was never built like that. You hang around people. You wanna be down with them. You wanna fit in. I guess that’s why this happened. When I got booked for the King of the Dot battle, I didn’t think anything suspicious about it. Not at all. Even with the blogs of niggas saying that they was gonna do shit…I really never had the thought in my mind that Dizaster was possible of something like this. It’s not to say that I was naive, I know Dizaster. Dizaster came out to New York for Armageddon. DNA told me he was with him. I said, ‘Yo, bring him through. Let me meet him. Let me talk to him.’ He stressed to DNA, ‘Is Math gonna do something to me? I don’t know if I wanna go over there.’ He met me in a fucking restaurant by myself. I told him, ‘Yo, there ain’t no drama. You just be getting crazy on Twitter, you don’t need to do that. Just be official my nigga. You feel like you have a point to prove for some reason.’”
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