WATCH: Z-Ro opens up about the fight with Trae Tha Truth


Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro crossed paths outside of a celebrity basketball game hosted by 50 Cent.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Video of Trae Tha Truth’s physical altercation with Z-Ro has surfaced online

50 Cent took over the city of Houston for his annual Tycoon Week on Saturday, August 27th. However, it looks like Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro got into trouble outside of the venue.

While it’s no secret that Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro have a rocky relationship, it seems like they’re not friends in a recently released clip.

The footage shows Z-Ro being attacked by Trae Tha Truth and his crew as he lays on the ground in a stomach position.

Additionally, the video was first shared by a Twitter user named @T_Nealy91 on Monday, August 29.

Later in the clip, we see Z-Ro get up and raise his arms to strike his assailant. Meanwhile, Trae Tha Truth and others step forward to issue threats to Z-Ro.

Fortunately, the sheriff arrived just in time to break up the fight.

Z-Ro talks about the fight with Trae Tha Truth

Z-Ro, whose real name is Joseph Wayne McVey IV, sat down with TMZ after he clashed with Trae Tha Truth and his crew.

She shared her side of the story saying that she was accused by Trae’s soldiers after the 42-year-old rapper asked to speak to her.

The artist said ‘I can’t leave a drink alone’, ‘I was 50 at a charity dinner on Saturday and some supporters asked for a picture. Then I saw Trae coming. He asked if he could holla at me. I turned to see who he was talking about and asked if I could follow him to the sprinter bus.’

He continued, ‘I think we are [are about] to talk like this with 2 adults, but I was challenged. When it happened… more men (I’m not related) jumped in.’

The 45-year-old rapper points out that the questionable record doesn’t reveal the whole truth behind their fight.

He said, ‘The video is part of what happened. The beginning, where I was told to come, was not shown! At the end of the day, I came to the One Deep event to meet my artist Lolita Monreaux. We can support 50.’


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