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 presumably outside of 50 Cent’s celebrity basketball game.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Trae Tha Truth jumped on Z-Ro during 50 Cent’s Tycoon weekend
TMZ Hip Hop obtained the new clip on Thursday, September 2nd. In the video, we can see Trae Tha Truth attacking Z-Ro along with his four crew members.
As the footage continues, we see one of Trae’s friends grab the gold chain around Z-Ro’s neck.
Additionally, the clip contradicts Trae Tha Truth’s version of events when he denied that Z-Ro was outnumbered during the fight.
The 42-year-old rapper took to Instagram on Tuesday, August 30 to explain the incident.
He claimed it wasn’t a 7-on-1 situation.
The Texas native went on to add: “It wasn’t a blind robbery. That’s not it. This is a family business, internal stuff that’s been going on for 10, 15 years that’s probably been piling up and just spilled over into the shit.”
Furthermore, he continued, “It’s no hate for the man.” I will never allow anyone to hurt or harm him.’
However, new fight footage casts doubt on every claim Trae Tha Truth made.
— Dontez (Black) Trump (@BlackTrump2020) August 30, 2022
Z-Ro offers his side of the story
Z-Ro sat down with TMZ shortly after news broke that Trae Tha Truth and his friends attacked him outside 50 Cent’s house in Houston over the weekend.
He shared,'[I was] he minded his own business and when I went out. I am called to the side of the sprinter van and [Trae] was like, “Yeah, when you’re done with it.” Come with me for a quick walk.’
The 45-year-old added: “I was like, ‘Are you talking to me? I had to make sure he was talking to me because I mean I see you everywhere, you see me everywhere. So when I went there, all I saw after that was this [gestures to being punched in the face].’
Z-Ro, whose real name is Joseph Wayne McVey IV, is Trae Tha Truth’s cousin and former partner of ABN (Assholes By Nature). The reason for their fall remains uncertain.
Still, the Missouri native said, “I thought it would be a change. I thought it was a conversation that needed to be had. I think over the last decade… It would be something I would appreciate, that conversation.”
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