Diddy Wants Wants a “Verzuz ” Baltle With Dr. Dre

We  all have been experiencing a worldwide quarantine due to the coronavirus outbreak .Social media  has a been a great distraction for many as we try to adjust our lives to our new  reality.   One of our  has been the  VERZUZ battles  which are produced by Swizz Beatz  an Timbaland . Verzuz tv was created for artists to battle each other musically. We have been entertained by  Swizz  Beatz  an Timbaland  which was the first battle , then  French Montana against Tory Lanez, T-Pain and Lil Jon,    Babyface and Teddy Riley’ ,Ne-Yo and Johntá Austin, and Boi-1da vs. Hit-Boy. The biggest battle was Babyface vs Teddy Riley  which  broke instagram with 4 million views.    Timbaland  teased us  on twitter asking who would be the next battle?


While of Fat Joe”s instagram Diddy confirmed that he is in talks with Verzuz for a battle with Dr. Dre. Sean Coombs aka Diddy confirmed the news during his conversation with Fat Joe in which he said, “We’re definitely talking about it,” Diddy revealed. “You heard it here. You heard it here on the show.”

“We need [Dr.] Dre to show up for the culture, we need Puff to show up for the culture. Those are two mastermind generals and they need s*** right. I say we go pay-per-view.” Swizz suggested. If viewers do end up forking out cash to see the two legends up against one another, the money is set to be donated to charity.

Dr. Dre seemed less keen on the idea of competing as he told Teddy during his Babyface battle, “I don’t know if I’m interested in doing that but we’ll see what it is. I was going back and forth with Puff earlier today.”




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