Verzuz: Jadakiss steals the show at The Lox vs Dipset, fans call him 'undisputed champion'

The Lox vs The Diplomats Dipset took place on Tuesday, August 3, at Madison Square Garden (MSG), New York


                            Verzuz: Jadakiss steals the show at The Lox vs Dipset, fans call him 'undisputed champion'
Jadakiss stole The Lox vs The Diplomats Dipset show with his extraordinary performance (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images)

The latest Verzuz battle between iconic hip-hop groups The Lox and The Diplomats Dipset will be remembered for many reasons but rapper Jadakiss’ performance during the showdown will always take the cake. The legendary hip-hop artist clearly stole the show with his skillful rapping as social media users could not stop talking about him.

The Lox vs The Diplomats Dipset took place on Tuesday, August 3, at Madison Square Garden (MSG), New York where both the East Coast legends floored the packed venue with their respective hit singles. Jadakiss, who landed on the stage as a part of The Lox, showed his exceptional rapping skills and also did not shy away to demean his opponents- a ritual that is very common in rap battles. Speaking of Verzuz, we have earlier seen top global artists like Snoop Dogg and the late DMX, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah, Nelly and Ludacris, Bow Wow and Soulja Boy, Method Man and Redman among others locking horns during the epic face-off.
 
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Jadakiss steals the show at VERZUZ

This is the second time when Jadakiss showed up for a Verzuz battle. His earlier showdown against rapper Fabulous in July 2020 had too made headlines for Jada’s thrilling performance. For his latest, the 46-year-old emcee from Yonkers again came with the same manifestation as he belted out his hits at the venue. The heat between both groups was clearly visible as they exchanged verbal nuances. At one point Jadakiss stated, “Are you kidding me? We got Grammys! These ni**as don’t know what Grammy’s look like. They know what grams look like”. Many users were left stunned after the hashtag “Grammys” started trending on Twitter, all thanks to ‘The Last Kiss’ hitmaker’s remarks.

The Lox and The Diplomats Dipset Verzuz battle will surely go down in history as it got the people talking for various reasons. First for the DJ playing diss tracks of Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. The event also created a buzz on Twitter when both the groups came late to the event which pissed off a lot of social media users. However, they later did enjoy the banter between the rap veterans.   The showdown was aired Live at 9.00 pm ET/ 6.00 pm PT on the official Instagram page of Verzuz. Hip-hop fans could also stream the battle on the Triller app and Fite TV.



 

‘Jadakiss might be the greatest rapper ever’

Even though an official winner is never announced in a Verzuz battle, it looks like social media users picked Jadakiss as a clear winner. While talking on similar lines, one hip-hop fan posted, “The verzuz battle was f**king crazy! I’ll be listening to Jadakiss for the rest of the month.” Another said, “Jadakiss might be the greatest rapper ever.” Whereas, one user posted, “Nobody has put up a cleaner Verzuz than Jadakiss. He's the undisputed champion.”  One user added, “No bulls**t that one jadakiss verse killed everything the dips played.”
 
The next one stated, “Jadakiss damn near won that by himself.” Meanwhile, one noted, “They said Jadakiss still rapping backstage” followed by an emoji of a laughing face. One person claimed, “Jadakiss destroyed Dipset. They will never be the same” whereas, another user tweeted, “Jadakiss single-handedly destroyed them dudes!! Damn!!” While one concluded, “Jadakiss solidified himself as top 5 tonight #VERZUZ”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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