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Coming seemingly out of nowhere and catching the battle world off guard, Tony D has more or less redefined the phrase “meteoric rise to stardom”. The London emcee has been in the battle circuit for approximately a year but has already solidified his spot with the top tiers. With over 12 battles in that time, Tony worked his way to the top of Don’t Flop with ease and snatched the title from O’Shea in what was a classic title match. After defending it against Deffinition, Tony D remains the Don’t Flop champion, preparing to guard it yet against Shotty Horroh in the future. With a resume that includes other heavy hitters such as Illmaculate and Arkaic, Tony most recently battled at the Don’t Flop Checkpoint event against URL representative Charlie Clips. Known for his rapid fire delivery packed with an unrelenting punch after punch style, Tony D has earned his reputation as a threat. Making his first overseas trip to take part in King of the Dot’s Vengeance 2 event, Tony squares off against character assassin Real Deal in what promises to be a classic match up.
Having laid low for the recent months, much to the dismay of his fans, Real Deal has certainly become more selective of his opponents, but retains top tier status by always bringing his best. After coming up in the Grind Time era, the Pittsburgh emcee tore his way through top tier competition from the get go, claiming W’s over veterans such as Fresco and Cortez. Moving on in his career, the self proclaimed Working Man’s Emcee faced off agains the likes of TheSaurus, Loe Pesci, and most recently B-Magic in what was his debut on the URL stage. No stranger to King of the Dot, Real Deal also participated in the 2011 2 vs. 2 Grand Prix with teammate Fresco in which they put on a classic performance in each round. Known for his vicious, attacking style, Real Deal always lays into his opponent with personals and hard hitting punchlines. Back in KOTD for the Vengeance 2 event, Real Deal steps into the ring with UK heavyweight Tony D for one of the headlining battles of the event.
Chris Kelly from the 90s rap group Kriss Kross was found unresponsive in his Atlanta home and pronounced dead a short time later. Smh. An autopsy is pending of course, with a neighbor describing him as a really pleasant person, who often played classical music. Smh again. Da Brat expressed her grief on Twitter tweeting “Damn wasn’t we just at the SoSo Def 20 rehearsal?” Chris was 34 years old. Tell Heavy D we miss him too, sweetie.
Chris Browns father has expressed his concern with his son’s toxic relationship with Rhi Rhi. “Big Breezy” has stated he’s fearful that his son will end up like Amy Winehouse or Bobby and Whitney. To say that I wanted Dad to sit his absentee ass down would be an understatement. Fo’ real. Sir, your child (who is grown enough to be on probation as well as make his own decisions) needs you to explain the dangers of having a hair trigger temper which can result in screaming at and leaving your bodyguard stranded, putting chairs through studio windows, scuffling with another R&B artist over a parking space and last but not least putting five across the lip of your woman. He needs parental guidance not an Instagram account to express how he feels “crucified”. Please and thank you.
…..Plus Rhi Rhi seemingly has a new boytoy by the name of Justin Laboy.
Make sure you hit the street in celebration of Gucci Mane’s release from jail. *cues applause* The rapper was jailed for probation assault after assaulting a fan who asked Gucci for an autograph which resulted in said fan literally ending up with a gash in his skull. I’m telling you if I could randomly assault chicks who have exposed thongs and men over 25 with cornrows and come out on top, the world would be the beginning of a better place.
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