From our friends at HotNewHipHop:
Yesterday SMACK/URL released footage of their latest rap battle, between New Jersey native Tsu Surf and Brooklyn representer Hollow Da Don. The Night Of Main Events 3 battle took place on June 23rd in New York, but now that the footage is out, people have been talking and debating about who won. This includes Drake and Kevin Durant.
Last night the rapper and baller took to Twitter to debate who was the winner of the highly anticipated battle. Drizzy, who has previously spoken on his love for battle rap, was an advocate for Hollow Da Don. Durant, on the other hand, who actually attended the event, supported Tsu Surf.
The tweeting debate started when the YMCMB rapper told URL that Hollow, who made his return to URL that night, won. Durant disagreed. See their string of tweets below.
Hollow got dat. @urltv— Drizzy (@Drake) July 5, 2013
Durant (@KDTrey5) July 5, 2013
@KDTrey5 Haha what battle were you watching bro? Suge and Arsonal reactions made Surf bars impactful. He had a couple moments but naaah g.— Drizzy (@Drake) July 5, 2013
@KDTrey5 off the Chris Webber bar alone and hollow 3rd round Surf got worked.— Drizzy (@Drake) July 5, 2013
@Drake the Chris webber bar was solid, u right but that may have won him one round..surf still burned him up— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) July 5, 2013
Tsu Surf himself responded to Drake's tweet.
Hollow Da Don got in on the tweeting, saying that both Tsu Surf and Surf's NJ affiliate Joe Budden told him he won.
Joe Budden did indeed show support for Hollow, also making reference to the Chris Webber line. The line in question occurred in Hollow's second round, referencing Surf's legal troubles and Chris Webber calling a 'time out' when he played for the Michigan Wolverines.
That “Time out in Michigan” bar saved dude from a 3-0 loss.. And none of u Internet niggas can tell me different.— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) July 4, 2013
Watch the full SMACK/URL battle below. Let us know who you think won.