(@HitmanHolla) Hitman Holla Barber Shop K.O. Video & his response to criticism


After alleging approaching the son of battle rap star Hitman Holla several times, the rapper who’s real name is Gerald Fulton Jr attacked the man continuously as the man continuously tried to explain he just wanted to give him a five. Many people are calling for the guy to sue Hitman Holla, but if he wasa normal 9-5 guy would it be cool for a stranger under the influence of any drug or drink to approach your child repeatedly asking to touch them in any manner after repeated nos.Be honest how would you feel tweet @whobeta or get at me on Instagram @whobeta.

Hitman Holla’s responses to the situation is below. He will be at the at the Enterprise center Nov. 2nd as Nick Cannon presents Wild N Out in St.Louis.

Hitman Holla (@hitmanholla) Says Cassidy turned down $100K battle (Freestyle) also mentions Bet & more


Hitman Holla apparently had a lot on his mind these last couple of weeks as he drops a new untitled freestyle with DVNworld.com . During the Freestyle of course he had bars but he had somethings to get off his chest including battle legend “Cassidy” rumored to have turned down $100,000 to go a few rounds with  St.Louis’s own legend, & he also speaks on B.E.T  black ball, Funk Flex, & more enough reading check out the video below.

Aye Verb (@AYEVERB ) & Rip the General @MR_STLOULOU Squash Beef in unprecidented way


“Squash the beef with Averb over the weekend..Some New York n***** call me to side against my hometown and I refuse to do that.. I refuse to let negative energy continue to destroy us..all I can do is lead by example people.. Live learn love life” Rip The General”

Over the Weekend (June 20th) ,local hip hop pioneer Rip the Genreal and Famed battle rapper Aye Verb, also from St.Louis, were to appeared on opposite sides of a battle line, once again after a longstanding beef that lead to past violence between the two. Instead, what came out of it was one a the most positive moments in St.Louis hip hop in some time.

During Aye Verb & Hitman Holla’s 1st ever tag team battle appearance together things where fluent until K Shine called Verbs old nemesis to the stage to cosign incidents of their past beefs, but as unexpected the St.Louis rappers stood in solidarity and showed each other respect making for a “gottem” moment that paused the battle for a minute or so.

During an interview with Battlerap.com both Aye Verb and Rip discussed how they had the drop on K Shine an DNA, & Rip the General stated that he felt bad for deceiving K Shine, but could’t go against the home team. This is one of the greatest battle moments in St.Louis battle history, & I’m proud that grown men found a common ground to stand united. Check out the interview below.