Dipset & The LOX "Verzuz" Heats Up As Styles P Responds To Jim Jones
Everyone is back outside and for New York City — the city that never sleeps — it means that things can return to some sort of normalcy. But, it also means that people can celebrate being able to actually be outside without fearing entirely fearing COVID-19. Verzuz was among the few good things to emerge during the pandemic but they’re bringing it out of the virtual space and into arena-size spaces.
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At the top of August, Dipset and The LOX will be facing off against each other at the Garden for a massive spectacle. Given their statuses as two of the most iconic rap crews to emerge from the Big Apple, the outcome of this particular battle will determine who, between the Yonkers group and the Harlem collective, reigns supreme in the city.
Of course, there was bound to be some notable shit-talking that seemingly kicked off with Styles P. “If you got us losing you can’t be thinking about lyrics because when it comes to that…. no one is in position to challenge out expertise,” he wrote on Twitter. “Comes to songs?? How we gonna lose?!! Love them but nahhh!!!!,” he added in another tweet.
Just months after Dipset dropped a freestyle in the Garden for Kith’s custom Knicks jerseys, Jim Jones went onto declare the arena “Capo’s house.”
“Everybody debating. I’m coming through, though,” Capo said with a grin on his face. “You heard RUN DMC’s “Whose House?!” Capo house, n***a. When I come in the building — Who house? Capo house, n***a. Off top.”
The braggadocious claim surfaced on Styles P’s timeline. The LOX rapper was sitting in his pool with a lighter in hand when he firmly addressed Jim Jones calling the…