“I think this was a wonderful event for Battle Rap to grow even further,” he said. “Shout out to Joe Buddens for jumping into the ring. Shout out to Shady Records. Shout out to the whole Slaughterhouse for just putting everything together. This has been a humongous look for Battle Rap. Now, the battles tonight, crazy. Crazy. A lot of it you did not expect. Remember when you watch this that Hoffa told you you didn’t expect this shit dog. You really didn’t. You know what I mean? It was a great night. From Joe Budden to Hollow, Mook to Loaded Lux, Arsonal, Big T, T-Rex, Daylyt—that got a little weird but you know it’s regular shit for Daylyt so it’s whatever.”
Addressing the now-infamous Dizaster punch at BOLA 5, Hoffa shied away from the drama and said “there’s no fucking this up.”
“I’ve learned that I love Battle Rap more than any of that,” he said. “The drama and all that, everybody knows what’s been going on. Everybody knows who’s in this building tonight and we kept it peace. It’s more about growing this culture because this is a way for all of us to express our art and provide for our families at the same time. There shouldn’t be any more violence in Battle Rap. It has to grow. What we’re seeing right now is huge. There’s no fucking this up.”
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