2021 HipHopDX Rising Star DDG can say he has something in common with Floyd Mayweather aside from their Michigan backgrounds after the “Moonwalking In Calabasas” star took home a convincing victory during the LivexLive’s Social Gloves: Battle Of The Platforms boxing event on Saturday (June 12).
The event was the second straight boxing exhibition to take place inside Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium following Mayweather’s fight against controversial social media star Logan Paul on June 6. After besting TikTok star Nate Wyatt in convincing fashion via unanimous decision, DDG alerted fans he barely put any real effort into the fight.
“Honestly, I left the strip club last night,” DDG told Paige VanZant after the bout before asking for a blunt. “I wasn’t even training for this fight. I honestly felt like, not to be funny, I felt like he wasn’t gon’ last that whole time. So shoutout to Nate.”
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DDG shouted out his coaches before quickly announcing his retirement from fighting — unless he got one specific fight.
“Just like my finale on YouTube, I’m quitting YouTube for good,” he said. “So this my last little finale, this fight. One and done! Unless, the only way I step in the ring again is with a rapper. I ain’t got anybody in mind but once we get the bag right, get the promotion right … I’m with whatever man.”
Watch DDG’s full fight versus Nate Wyatt below.