Posted by , Nov 10, 2014 at 03:55pm
Troy Ave denies responsibility for the recent attack attempted on iLoveMakonnen, and says he's got no beef with the "Tuesday" rapper.

Despite calling iLoveMakonnen a "fat bitch" on Twitter last month, weirdo-averse New York rapper Troy Ave now claims that there's no beef between him and the ATLien. Speaking with Hot 97, the BSB rapper denied claims that he had somehow orchestrated the attempted attack on Makonnen at CMJ last month.

“Man that ish was all twitter stuff. Man you know, everything is overhyped now," Troy said, responding to a question about a potential "beef" with Makonnen. On the subject of the attack, he said:

“Nah. I mean, I mean a lot to my city. I know a whole bunch of people that be around a lot of people. It’s like if somebody is saying something about Drake, and you’re walking around the streets of Toronto, you don’t know who’s gonna feel a way about it.”

“I never met the dude," he added, "I just liked his record. So I remixed it. You know, I do keymixes. I do that to everybody’s record. Everybody else loves it."

While that claim about his "Keymixes" being universally accepted may be hyperbole (just see how HNHH users responded to his "Tuesday" take), it's good to hear Troy Ave clear the air surrounding this. Watch the full interview below.

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Troy Ave Says He's Got No Beef with iLoveMakonnen

Troy Ave denies responsibility for the recent attack attempted on iLoveMakonnen, and says he's got no beef with the "Tuesday" rapper.


Despite calling iLoveMakonnen a "fat bitch" on Twitter last month, weirdo-averse New York rapper Troy Ave now claims that there's no beef between him and the ATLien. Speaking with Hot 97, the BSB rapper denied claims that he had somehow orchestrated the attempted attack on Makonnen at CMJ last month.

“Man that ish was all twitter stuff. Man you know, everything is overhyped now," Troy said, responding to a question about a potential "beef" with Makonnen. On the subject of the attack, he said:

“Nah. I mean, I mean a lot to my city. I know a whole bunch of people that be around a lot of people. It’s like if somebody is saying something about Drake, and you’re walking around the streets of Toronto, you don’t know who’s gonna feel a way about it.”

“I never met the dude," he added, "I just liked his record. So I remixed it. You know, I do keymixes. I do that to everybody’s record. Everybody else loves it."

While that claim about his "Keymixes" being universally accepted may be hyperbole (just see how HNHH users responded to his "Tuesday" take), it's good to hear Troy Ave clear the air surrounding this. Watch the full interview below.

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