New fight footage shows Trae Tha Truth’s involvement in Z-Ro’s beatdown
A video has surfaced online showing Trae Tha Truth kicking and punching Z-Ro outside of 50 Cent’s popular basketball game.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Trae Tha Truth jumped on Z-Ro during the week of 50 Cent’s Tycoon
TMZ Hip Hop obtained the new clip on Thursday, September 2. In the video, we see Trae Tha Truth attacking Z-Ro and his four members.
As the footage unfolds, we see one of Trae’s friends snapping the gold chain around Z-Ro’s neck.
Additionally, the clip contradicts Trae Tha Truth’s version of events when he denied Z-Ro’s number during the fight.
The 42-year-old rapper took to Instagram on Tuesday, August 30 to explain the incident.
He said, ‘It’s not like there isn’t a 7-in-1 situation.’
The Texas native added, ‘It wasn’t a blind ambush. This is not the case. This is a family business, something that’s been going on for maybe 10, 15 years in the making, and it’s just been thrown into the sh*t.’
He added, ‘It’s not bad for that person. I will never let anyone hurt or hurt him.’
However, the new fight video disputes all of Trae Tha Truth’s claims.
— Dontez (Black) Trump (@BlackTrump2020) August 30, 2022
Z-Ro gives his side of the story
Z-Ro sat down with TMZ shortly after it was reported that Trae Tha Truth and his friends were attacked outside 50 Cent’s home in Houston over the weekend.
He shared, ‘[I was] thinking about what I was doing and walking out. I was called to the side of the sprinter car and [Trae] it’s like, “Okay, he’s done. Come and go fast with me.”‘
The 45-year-old said, ‘I was like, “Are you talking to me?” I need to make sure he’s talking to me because I mean, I see you everywhere, and you see me everywhere. And when I walked there, the only thing I saw after that was this [gestures to being punched in the face].’
Z-Ro whose real name is Joseph Wayne McVey IV is the cousin of Trae Tha Truth and former friend of ABN (Assholes By Nature). The reason behind their downfall is still a mystery.
However, the Missouri native said, ‘I thought there was going to be a change. I thought it was a conversation that needed to be had. I think for the last ten years… One thing I like, is the conversation.’
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