Almighty Jay Shares Video of Fight With Skinnyfromthe9 After Trading Shots Online
Almighty Jay and Skinnyfromthe9 have been trading shots ever since the former allegedly stole $80,000 worth of cash and other items from the latter in 2019.
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Almighty Jay and Skinnyfromthe9 have been trading shots ever since Jay allegedly stole $80,000 worth of items from the latter in 2019. Last month the friction between the two rappers flared up once again, with Skinny saying Jay wasn’t down for the chance to square up in a boxing match. While they haven’t organized a boxing match, the two did link up this week for a bare knuckle fight.
In a post on both his Twitter and Instagram, Jay shared a video of the fight. The fight comes just over a month after Almighty Jay said he wants to have a boxing match with YBN founder YBN Nahmir.
“N***as be on the internet with all that tough ass shit till they gotta see me in person,” wrote Jay on Twitter alongside the video. “@skinnyfromthe9 dropped him twice. NO JUMPING NO NONE OF THAT.”
Shortly after sharing the clip, Jay quote-tweeted a response from a Skinnyfromthe9 fan calling Jay a “pussy” who is scared to fight him. “Knock his ass out bruh,” they wrote.
“This didn’t age well,” Jay added alongside a laughing emoji.
Jay has since revealed on Instagram that his video of the fight was removed for going against the social media network’s community guidelines.
“N***A GOT MY VIDEO TOOK DOWN LMAOOOOO,” he wrote alongside a screenshot.
Skinnyfromthe9, meanwhile, also alleged that his post was removed by Instagram for violating “bullying or harassment” guidelines.
“Wow n****s tryna get my page deleted,” he wrote.
While Jay alleged that he “dropped” Skinny twice, the rapper took to his Instagram Stories to share an update to claim he wasn’t hurt at all during the fight.
“Look at my face, man, fuck you n****s talking about,” he said in the clip, surrounded by friends.
The two first made their issues public in 2019 after the alleged robbery in California. Jay was implicated as one of the suspects who allegedly stole $80K worth of cash and jewelry from the New Jersey rapper, and even turned himself in to the authorities. Despite this, the charges were dropped because “the victim wasn’t available.”