Tensions between BET’s “106 & Park” co-host Terrence J and rapper Webbie appear to be getting more tense as the Louisiana rapper has now issued a threat of violence.
A week after getting banned from “106 & Park” for unknown reasons, Webbie has gone at Terrence.
“Not holding nmo beef with @TerrenceJ he a wanna be a** n*gga,” he tweeted over the weekend. “Ima just simply beat him up when I catch him.”
“RT @Balla_T: Webbie On Terrence J!! Real Savage Sh*t @OfficialWebbie http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshh47H3UxZsjRI27m1F via @worldstar (Webbie’s Twitter)
Webbie also released a video fully addressing the co-host.
“How can you tell me I’m not, I ‘am’ BET,” Webbie said in a video. “You looking at BET right now. So Terrence, I’m sorry your b*tch [co-host Rocsi] wanted me to put that d*ck on her. Get your h*e, man. Get your f*cking h*e man. Get your h*e man.” (Original Hollywood Films)
Terrence made headlines last week after publicly banning Webbie from “106 & Park.”
“We would not like to thank Lil Webbie who is now banned from coming on the show. We will not be seeing him on ‘106 & Park’ anymore,” Terrence said following the show’s Freestyle Friday segment. (“106 & Park”)
Webbie appeared on the daily weekday show as a guest judge.
“All the way turnt up” is how Baton Rouge rapper Webbie describes his current disposition. The unabashed rhyme slinger has been off the rap grid of late, but he’s reemerged to promote the release of his upcoming album, Savage Life 3. Stopping by 106 and Park to judge Freestyle Friday the busy-body rapper cooled his jets long enough to chat with BET.com about the status of his incarcerated rap cohort Lil Boosie and rundown the details surrounding his next LP. (BET)
Check out Webbie addressing Terrence J below: