Previously, we've tried to highlight times when New York rappers showed love to the South. But there's no denying that New Yorkers tend to hate on the South, especially in the past few years when New York rap has been relatively dormant and the South has been nothing short of dominant.

For example, last week when Mississippi rapper Big K.R.I.T. (along with CyHi da Prince) made a surprise appearance at the Highline Ballroom in NYC to perform songs from his excellent mixtape KRIT Wuz Here, he was greeted with scores of boos. When K.R.I.T. was later asked about getting booed, we were glad to see he took it in stride, with a smile on his face, and brought up the fact that New York has also booed legendary acts like Outkast in the past. K.R.I.T. might have been taking the high road, but he could have easily brought up numerous other occasions of New York hating on the South. That's why we've put together a few notable instances of New Yorkers disrespecting Southern hip-hop...

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